Tanya Smith

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When times are tough, adult orangutans will fall back on things like bark or hard seeds. But offspring may not have the ability to eat some of these foods, or the knowledge to find them on their own, so they're maybe falling back on mothers' milk during periods of scarcity. That they need so long to be able to transition from one infant to the next explains why they're struggling.feedback
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May 17 2017 Facebook
Tanya Smith has most recently been quoted in an article called Nearly a Decade Nursing? Study Pierces Orangutans’ Mother-Child Bond. Tanya Smith said, “When times are tough, adult orangutans will fall back on things like bark or hard seeds. But offspring may not have the ability to eat some of these foods, or the knowledge to find them on their own, so they're maybe falling back on mothers' milk during periods of scarcity. That they need so long to be able to transition from one infant to the next explains why they're struggling.”.
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