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Primatology & UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals

On Thursday 14 April 2022, MDPI and the Journal Animals organised their 2nd webinar, entitled “Primatology and the Achievement of the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals” ; check out the presentations by IPS President Prof. Jonah Ratsimbazafy and others here!

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Death of Steve Ross

The International Primatological Society is heartbroken by the sudden loss of our VP for Welfare and Captive Care, Dr Steve Ross. Steve’s lifelong contributions to the care, welfare, and study of chimpanzees in particular are incalculable, as was his generosity, warmth, and kindness to so many of us in the primatological community. Our thoughts are […]

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Save the date: IPS 2023 Malaysia 19-25th August

Save the date! IPS 2023 is scheduled for the 19th to the 25th of August in beautiful Kuching, Malaysia. Further details soon!

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🚨Our new study on the first vocalisations of a newborn wild chimpanzee is out in @IntJPrimatology! The capacity to combine calls in sequences, including pant hoots, is present since birth, but these complex structures undergo developmental changes. OA:

Todos invitados! Defensa de tesis de maestría del @Inecol_mx por @mafestin mañana 16-08-22 (12:00 pm) con sus hallazgos del proyecto: “Niveles de cortisol fecal ante la exposición de plomo en Alouatta pigra: una especie de primate en peligro de extinción”

Did you know the first International Animal Behaviour Twitter Conference #AnimBehav2021 reached around 4 million Twitter users? Come and join the party, keep your eyes open for the official launch of #AnimBehav2023 mid-August #ABS2022 #ECBB2022Groningen

We are now OPEN for abstracts to present at our winter meeting – hosted at Twycross Zoo on the 7th and 8th of December! 🙌We are accepting presentations of work in 3 formats: oral presentation (15mins), speed presentation (5mins) or poster.
Abstract form on our website👉

Welcome to Camaquiri Conservation Initiative. We are a conservation protecting many endangered species and an abundance of wildlife. Home to primates, macaws, jaguars, and so much more. See the link in our bio to find out more and how you can get involved!

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