Baboons live in stable societies of up to 150 individuals, ranging from 30 kilo adult males to infants and travel together in these mixed-age groups. New research show that all baboons compromise their preferred speed in order to keep the group together. But the smallest members are forced to adjust the most, thereby footing the greatest energy bill.
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