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mammal [ˈmæməl]

cicavec

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perish [ˈperɪʃ]

zahynuť, zomrieť (Cortisol
spikes in an ostracized animal, and indeed they often perish.)

3

exclusion

vylúčenie( Animals
fear exclusion so intensely that they typically do what it takes to stay
with the group)

4


outcast [ˈaʊtˌkɑːst]

vývrheľ, vydedenec

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spike [spaɪk]

prudko vzrásť (Cortisol
spikes in an ostracized animal, and indeed they often perish.)

6


juvenile [ˈdʒuːvɪˌnaɪl]

mláďa (This is poignantly clear among monkeys marked as juveniles
by a tuft of white fur.)

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tuft [tʌft]

chumáč (vlasov)(This is poignantly clear among monkeys marked as juveniles
by a tuft of white fur.)

8


fur [fɜː]

srsť, kožušina (This is poignantly clear among monkeys marked as juveniles
by a tuft of white fur.)

9

loom large

byť strašiakom (Every possible threat to your social bonds looms large.)

10


hook up

zapojiť, pripojiť (We are born helpless and we hook up our brains gradually during a
long period of dependency)

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vulnerability [ˌvʌlnərəˈbɪlɪtɪ]

zraniteľnosť

12


baboon [bəˈbuːn]

pavián

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troop [truːp]

skupina, tlupa (baboons give their
attention to some troop mates more than others.)

14

unquenchable

neuhasiteľný (The unquenchable thirst for status)

15


When your hair stands out, adversaries think you’re
bigger than you are. [ˈædvəsərɪ]

protivník, nepriateľ

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Bigger animals seize food, mates, and
even babies from smaller group mates seize [siːz]

zmocniť sa, ovládnuť

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Males are only interested in fertile females.
fertile [ˈfɜːtaɪl

plodný