Lola ya Bonobo: a paradise for bonobos

PhD student Cintia Garai filming at Lola ya Bonobo
Lola ya Bonobo means 'Paradise for Bonobos' in Lingala, one of the official languages of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is a sanctuary located at the edge of Kinshasa, the capital of DR Congo, the country to which this most-recently discovered great ape...
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CICASP Member Awarded Takashima Prize

Andrew MacIntosh receiving the Takashimia Prize
At the 29th Congress of the Primate Society of Japan in Okayama city, Dr. Andrew MacIntosh of CICASP was one of two awardees of the Takashima Prize for the year 2013. Each year, one or two young researchers are selected for the award based on their scientific contributions of...
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The PrimateCast | A new podcast from CICASP

Chris and Andrew at Studio CICASP
Join Drs. Andrew MacIntosh and Chris Martin as they delve into the world of primatological science with interviews, segments, and news and views from around CICASP,the PRI, WRC, and Kyoto University on CICASP's very own podcast "The PrimateCast". Click here to learn more about the podcast and what it has in store.
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A hero of Japanese primatology lost

Mito Koshima
Satsue Mito, the school teacher who worked with the pioneers of Japanese primatology at Koshima and was the first to observe the famous sweet potato washing behavior by a young female Japanese macaque named "Imo" (which means sweet potato in Japanese), passed away on April 7,...
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