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Seyfarth, R.; Cheney, D. L.; Marler, P. 1980. Monkey responses to three different alarm calls: evidence of predator classification and semantic communication. Science 210: 801-803.
 
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Seyfarth, R., Cheney, D., & Marler, P. (1980). Monkey responses to three different alarm calls: Evidence of predator classification and semantic communication. Science, 210, 801-803.
 
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Seyfarth, R., Cheney, D. L., & Marler, P. (1980). Monkey Responses to Three Different Alarm Calls: Evidence of Predator Classification and Semantic Communication. Science, 210, 801--803.
 
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[20] R. Seyfarth, D.L. Cheney, and P. Marler. Monkey responses to three different alarm calls: Evidence of predator classification and semantic communication. Science, 210:801--803, 1980.
 
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SEYFARTH, R., CHENEY, D. & MARLER, P. (1980). Monkey responses to three different alarm calls: evidence of predator classification and semantic communication. Science 210, 801--803.
 
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[ Seyfarth et al., 1980 ] R.M. Seyfarth, D.L. Cheney, and P. Marler. Monkey responses to three different alarm calls: Evidence of predator classification and semantic communication. Science, 210:801--803, 1980.
 
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[Seyfarth et al., 1980] Seyfarth, R., Cheney, D., and Marler, P. (1980). Monkey responses to three different alarm calls: Evidence of predator classification and semantic communication. Science, 210:801--803.
 
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Seyfarth, R., Cheney, D., & Marler, P. (1980). Monkey responses to three different alarm calls: Evidence of predator classification and semantic communication. Science, 210, 801-803.
 

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