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Online Access to All the World’s Primates Now Available

June 28, 2016
All the World's Primates now available

Online access to All the World’s Primates is now available.

All the World’s Primates contains video and audio recordings, photographs and drawings, articles, glossaries, interactive maps, and more resources about all 612 species and subspecies of living lorises, galagos, lemurs, tarsiers, monkeys, and apes. The continually updated database details habitat, social behavior, diet, physical measurements, risks of extinction, and other facts critical to understanding primate lives.

With more than 10,000 citations and contributions from over 300 scientists, this comprehensive and authoritative resource will be useful to students and researchers in disciplines including anthropology, biology, zoology, and botany—or to anyone with an interest in humans’ closest cousins.

Visit the index page to use or learn more about this resource.