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Current evidence for self-medication in primates: a multidisciplinary perspective

Current evidence for self-medication in primates: a multidisciplinary perspective

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    ABSTRACT: The study of self-medication in non-human primates sheds new light on the
    complex interactions of animal, plant and parasite. A variety of non-nutritional plant
    secondary compounds and nutrient-poor bark is found in the primate diet