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Info from SLAPrim #IPSQuito organisers on venue

Update from SLAPrim about Covid protocols in the Congress venue for #IPSQuito. According to national regulations, the venue has a 50% capacity limit (total capacity 3000 people) In each session room, the physical distance between chairs will be at least 1.5m Rooms will be cleaned and disinfected twice a day (early morning and late evening) […]

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Update from SLAPrim organisers about IPSQuito congress

SLAPrim are working hard to ensure Covid safe protocols for our Congress participants and for the local community. Lots more updates coming soon so stay tuned! Dear IPS / SLAPrim members, Greetings from the local organizers of the IPS-SLAPrim Congress! We would like to renew our invitation to the meeting. We are ready to welcome […]

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Q&A with Prof. Inza Koné

A wonderful new profile of the Ivorian primatologist Prof. Inza Koné discussing what turned him on to Biology, his experiences, and his thoughts on the next big questions https://www.sciencedirect.com/…/pii/S0960982221010587…

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Do you know about the 20 species of glamorous #gibbons ? It is International Gibbon Day on 24th October so do join us online https://gibbons.asia/ Thank You! 😊 Also a huge shout out to the @PrimConsOBU students for their amazing work to promote #IGD2021

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It is with great sadness that Virunga National Park announces the death of ranger BIZIMANA KARABARANGA Emery: https://bit.ly/3mWZkvN

C’est avec une grande tristesse que le Parc National des Virunga annonce le décès du garde BIZIMANA KARABARANGA Emery: https://bit.ly/2YPGO0x

Population Dynamics of Nocturnal Lemurs in Littoral Forest Fragments: The Importance of Long-Term Monitoring: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10764-021-00243-1

The Effects of Social Factors and Kinship on Co-sleeping of Black-and-Gold Howler Monkeys (Alouatta caraya): https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10764-021-00246-y

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