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20th April 2016| Claire Salisbury Researchers are using acoustic monitoring to tune into gunshots and track a most deadly predator – Africa’s wildlife poachers. -Gathering… Read more...

What hope for African primate diversity?

dimanche, 17 avril 2016 11:37
What hope for African primate diversity? Chapman et al | African Journal of Ecology | June 2006 Abstract Available empirical evidence suggests that many primate… Read more...
Economic and geographic drivers of wildlife consumption in rural Africa Brashares et al | PNAS.org | 2011 Abstract The harvest of wildlife for human consumption… Read more...
The Importance of Bushmeat in the Livelihoods of West African Cash-Crop Farmers Living in a Faunally-Depleted Landscape Schulte-Herbrüggen B et al | PLoS ONE |… Read more...

Chimpanzee accumulative stone throwing

dimanche, 06 mars 2016 22:19
Chimpanzee accumulative stone throwing Hjalmar S. Kuhl, Ammie K. Kalan | Nature | 29th Febraury Abstract The study of the archaeological remains of fossil hominins… Read more...
Group structure predicts variation in proximity relationships between male–female and male–infant pairs of mountain gorillas Stacey Rosenbaum | The Leaky Foundation | 16/02/16 Stacy Rosenbaum… Read more...
Study gauges use of tea as buffer crop to curb mountain gorilla raids Sean Mowbray | Monga Bay | 16/02/16 Uganda’s mountain gorillas are at… Read more...
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