Data from: Parent-offspring facial resemblance increases with age in rhesus macaques

Anahita J.N. Kazem, Yvonne Barth, Dana Pfefferle, Lars Kulik & Anja Widdig
Kin recognition is a key ability which facilitates the acquisition of inclusive fitness benefits and enables optimal outbreeding. In primates, phenotype matching is considered particularly important for the recognition of patrilineal relatives, as information on paternity is unlikely to be available via social familiarity. Phenotypic cues to both paternal and maternal relatedness exist in the facial features of humans and other primates. However, theoretical models suggest that in systems with parentage uncertainty it may be...
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