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education is key to conservation

Education is key to conservation. I think that this is an incredible message worth sharing. It is what I aim to do every time I post on endangeredliving.com, our FB page or my twitter. 91 more words


Meat the Family

Weapon of Choice: The Hunting Apes: Meat Eating and the Origins of Human Behavior

By: Craig B Stanford, Professor of Anthropology and Biological Sciences, University of Southern California… 608 more words


Entering the world of a primate blog

Having finished my final week of taught lectures for the Primate Conservation MSc, and whilst preparing to present research at the Primate Society of Great Britain spring meeting due to begin in just two days time, and with a return trip to the field rapidly approaching around the corner, today is the day-the calm before the storm. 213 more words

Jane Goodall, primatologist

At the age of 26, Dame Jane Goodall embarked on a journey to Tanzania to uncover the elusive world of wild chimpanzees, beginning what would be a 45-year study that would capture the fascination of millions. 542 more words


Happy 80th Birthday Jane Goodall!

She will always be one of my biggest inspirations!

How We Humans Can Learn from Chimpanzees

How We Humans Can Learn from Chimpanzees

By Shlomo Maital

   BBC World Service’s Science Hour program is outstanding. On March 30, one of the topics was animal behavior. 396 more words

Innovation Blog

ANTH372: Week 7 Mongoose Lemurs

This week we watched the Mongoose Lemur. The paper that was due this morning at 9am was with them in mind. Here are the parameters for the assignment: 297 more words

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