Don’t be camera shy: camera traps in the fight against primate declines

Yaki friends, check out blog post below to learn about how our research is helping to conserve the Critically Endangered crested black macaques in the wild. Led by Caspian Johnson in 2016 – 2018 has resulted in a great step forwards for the conservation of one of the worlds most endangered primates – the crested black macaque.This work, supported by Wildlife Reserves Singapore and Wild Planet Trust helped show for the first time the distribution of the species across its native range.


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