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Michelle Bezanson is a biological anthropologist with research interests in evolutionary anthropology, primate behavior, and tropical forest ecology. Her field research has focused on infant, juvenile, and adult positional behavior (posture and locomotion), tail use, and the behavioral, arboreal, and resource-based contexts of locomotor patterns in primates. She also publishes on ethics, primate conservation, and the sustainability of anthropological field research and teaching in fragile ecosystems.
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