University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Athropology

Author: Robert S. O. Harding

The Predatory Baboon

By: Robert S. O. Harding

Between September 1970 and October 1971, I made a field study of a troop of free-ranging olive baboons near the village of Gilgil in Kenya. I spent the first three months sur­veying baboon populations in the area, select­ing one troop for a detailed study, and getting that troop accustomed to my presence. In the last […]

Capuchins, Capybaras, and Cattle

Reports from the Field

By: Robert S. O. Harding

Many Museum members are familiar with the popular “Reports from the Field” lecture program. In an effort to expand the focus of that program and to reach those of you who live far from Philadelphia, this series will examine some of the field research being carried out by the Museum and associated departments at the […]