Learning from Rescued Slow Lorises

Slow lorises, whose lives in the wild are mostly shrouded in the darkness of night, have long been considered primarily solitary primates. A growing body of evidence, however, suggests that at least some of the species are socially more active than previously thought. A new...
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Primates under Pressure

The threat of the sixth mass extinction looms larger with every in action of ours to protect Earth's biodiversity. Today, close to two in three primate species are threatened with extinction ( Estrada et al., 2017 ). What responsibilities do we, the human primate, bear...
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Promoting Science via Social Media

What kinds of online social networking services (SNSs) are you using? Facebook, ResearchGate, Instagram, Twitter, or TikTok? These days, many researchers use SNSs to communicate with ...

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Communicating Hope

The interconnected crises of climate change, biodiversity loss, and human conflicts demand urgent actions by governments, corporations, and citizens. Yet it is easy for us as individuals to feel hopeless in the face of such daunting challenges given the multitudes of...

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Being a Primate, Becoming a Primatologist

The fifth talk in our " International Primatology Lectures on Past, Present and Future Perspectives of the Field " will be given by Dr. Elisabetta Visalberghi. Dr. Visalberghi has been the Research Director at the Istituto di Scienze e Tecnologie della Cognizione del...
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