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Jean-Baptiste Leca, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Department of Psychology

University of Lethbridge

Canada


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Robbing and bartering in Balinese long-tailed m... Sign In or Register to add photos

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Local kid offering a fruit bag to a young macaque holding the eyeglasses he just stole from a temple visitor (Uluwatu)
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The macaques living around the Uluwaty Temple (south Bali) have become experts at robbing temple visitors of eyeglasses that they use as token (to exchange them for food)
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Stealing sunglasses from a tourist
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Stealing a flip-flop from a tourist
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Zoom-in on a bartering event
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A young macaque just stole eyeglasses from a temple visitor (Uluwatu)
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After a few minutes spent with no offers, an adult male macaque has damaged his token (Uluwatu)
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After a few minutes spent with no offers, an adult male macaque has damaged his token (Uluwatu)
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A young macaque stole eyeglasses, received a first food reward (cracker), and is "raising the bid" for a second food reward before returning the token (Uluwatu)
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An adult macaque stole eyeglasses from a tourist (left) and returned them in exchange for a bag of fruit - not a bank note! (Uluwatu)
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A macaque is looking at the token (eyeglasses) stolen by another group member (Uluwatu)
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Stealing sunglasses... for fun (?)
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"Fair game" at Uluwatu...
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