Primate Biology, Behaviour and Conservation, University of Roehampton, London

14 May 2013 Study

This course combines theoretical investigation with laboratory work and fieldwork on a range of primatology topics. You will carry out practical investigations in zoos and local habitats and learn how to interpret skeletal material. After the first semester the emphasis will be on independent study, with all students undertaking an in-depth piece of original research. Project topics may include a range of areas such as the behaviour and ecology of wild animals, human–wildlife conservation issues, behaviour of captive animals (in zoos and other collections as the University does not hold captive animals), evolutionary work using museum collections, and work using the University laboratories.

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