Monthly Archives: November 2011

Keeping an eye on monkeys keeping an eye on monkeys

It’s easy keeping an eye on the monkeys because I cycle past Don Chao Poo and Don Jik every day. I sometimes get to Don Jik before the monkeys have come down from the trees, but more often when I … Continue reading

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Bringing monkeys back from the edge

I am not qualified to review this book — it is written by and intended for people with a much more academic interest in long-tailed macaques than me. What I can say, though, is that it could not have been … Continue reading

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Monkeys on the Edge

MONKEYS ON THE EDGE: ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF LONG-TAILED MACAQUES AND THEIR INTERFACE WITH HUMANS Gumert, Michael D.; Fuentes, Agustin; Jones-Engel, Lisa, eds. Cambridge University Press, 2011. MONKEYS ON THE EDGE: ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF LONG-TAILED MACAQUES AND THEIR INTERFACE … Continue reading

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Report on Monkey Survey at Phana

Report on Monkey Survey at Phana Research teams from Thailand: Prof. Dr. Suchinda Malaivijitnond Primate Research Unit, Department of Biology, Faculty of┬áScience, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand Tel/Fax: 02-2185275 E-mail: suchinda.m@chula.ac.th Mr. Sarawoot Gomuttapong (Graduate student) Mr. Sarun Asawanuchit (Graduate student) … Continue reading

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