Data from: Family network size and survival across the lifespan of female macaques

Lauren J. N. Brent, Angelina Ruiz Lambides & Michael L. Platt
Two decades of research suggest social relationships have a common evolutionary basis in humans and other gregarious mammals. Critical to the support of this idea is growing evidence that mortality is influenced by social integration, but when these effects emerge and how long they last is mostly unknown. Here, we report in adult female macaques that the impact of number of close adult female relatives, a proxy for social integration, on survival is not experienced...
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