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Some Organs of My Primate Body

By Daniel Allen Solomon, De Anza College and Cabrillo College §

The “monkey temple” on Jakhoo Hill in Shimla hosts a rowdy but well integrated bunch of rhesus macaques. 1,992 more words

Multi-Species Anthropology

[VIDEO] There's Something Funny About The Way Lemurs Sunbathe 

It’s now officially spring! These are the funny ring-tailed Lemurs from the Twycross Zoo in Atherstone, England. As soon as just a bit of sun comes, that’s it, arms are stretched out to catch some Sun rays.

Mediasphere

Primates - Why Do We Care?

One of the main reasons I returned to school was to finally scratch my research itch.  While I did lab work and directed research in my undergrad for my Neuroscience degree, I dedicated most of my days (and plenty of nights) to advancing my business career.  1,650 more words

Conservation

The Charming Personalities of Barbary Macaques

Guest Blog post by Patrick Tkaczynski  (University of Roehampton, London, UK)

Do animals have personality? The last decade or so has seen behavioral and evolutionary biologists beginning to agree with centuries of pet owners and embrace the notion that animals have complicated personalities. 1,292 more words

Evolution

Aesthetics in Primate Paints

Aesthetics in Primate Paints

Authors: Daniela D’Amore (FM, UNIMOL), Yulán Úbeda (FM, UDG), Sandra Ballesta (FM) , Antonella Minelli (UNIMOL), Miquel Llorente (FM, IPHES, URV) 328 more words

Actualism

Art Therapy in Nonhuman Primates?

Art Therapy in Nonhuman Primates?

Graphic Production as a Mechanism for Sensory Enrichment and Enhancement of Welfare in Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)

Authors: Daniela D’Amore (IPHES, URV, … 201 more words

Actualism