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28th September 2016 | PEGAS | www.freetheapes.org Original article At the CITES 16th Conference of the Parties (CoP) in 2013 in Bangkok, CITES issued Decision… Read more...
In 2011, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) put an end to biomedical and behavioral research on chimpanzees, claiming they deserved “special consideration and respect”… Read more...
Year of the Monkey: Primate Research under the microscope in UK and US Updated Sep 14, 2016 | Huffington Post | Monica Engebretson It seems… Read more...
Elizabeth L. Bennett | National Geographic | 30th August 2016 Fifteen years ago, when I was living in Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo, I would occasionally be… Read more...
The Great Apes Survival Partnership (GRASP) announced today it will postpone the 3rd GRASP Council until mid-2017, a decision taken to ensure maximum focus on… Read more...
JANE’S TRAFFIC STOP: THE FIGHT TO END ILLEGAL WILDLIFE TRAFFICKING Ashley Sullivan | Jane Goodall Institute | 12/08/16 Something is not right. She flares out… Read more...
Circus Baboon Who Spent 17 Years Alone Makes His Very First Friend Zainab Akande | The Dodo | 21/09/16 For 17 years of his life,… Read more...
In the Bonobo World, Female Camaraderie Prevails Natalie Angier | The New York Times | 10/09/16 Bonobos grooming each other. “They’re unusual in so many… Read more...
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