Elisa Fernández Fueyo

Elisa Fernández Fueyo
University College London | UCL · Department of Anthropology

BSc Biology

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Introduction
Elisa studied the degree of Biology at University of Oviedo, Spain (2015-2019). She did her final degree thesis on social structures and dynamics in two groups of chimpanzees from MONA Foundation (Girona, Spain), using Social Network Analysis (SNA). She also presented an oral communication about this project in the XXI Congress of the Spanish Society of Physical Anthropology (June 2019). She is now studying MSc Human Evolution and Behaviour at UCL. Her interests are Primatology, Biological Anthropology, Human Evolution, Conservation, Evolutionary Science, Ecology and Ethology.
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September 2019 - September 2020
University of Oviedo
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  • Master's Student

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Publications (5)
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Non-human primates respond to the death of a conspecific in diverse ways, some of which may present phylogenetic continuity with human thanatological responses. Of these responses, infant corpse carrying by mothers (ICC) is the most frequently reported. Despite its prevalence, quantitative analyses of this behaviour are scarce and inconclusive. We...
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Non-human primates respond to the death of a conspecific in diverse ways, some which may present phylogenetic continuity with human thanatological behaviours. Of these responses, infant corpse carrying by mothers (ICC) is the most-frequently reported. Despite its prevalence, quantitative analyses of this behaviour are scarce and inconclusive. We co...
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Resumen: Los chimpancés son animales que presentan una gran complejidad social y, por este motivo, su bienestar depende de la presencia de otros individuos de su misma especie con los que interaccionar mediante distintas conductas sociales. Aquellos que han sido víctimas del tráfico de primates y, posteriormente, utilizados en el mundo del espectác...
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Hoy en día se conocen diversos insectos que practican la fungicultura: termitas, escarabajos, mosquitos cecidómidos y hormigas attine. Este trabajo se centra en las hormigas attine. Estas hormigas participan en una simbiosis cuatripartita junto con hongos que cultivan ellas mismas para alimentarse en granjas o jardines, parásitos de estos jardines...
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Nos encontramos en un momento de auge para la primatología. Esto se debe al desarrollo de nuevas técnicas y al gran legado aportado, durante todos estos años, por las observaciones históricas y el trabajo de campo de numerosos científicos y científicas. Desgraciadamente, muchas de las poblaciones de primates hoy en día se encuentran en declive y al...

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