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  • African Primates at Home
    Several species of monkeys and apes; includes photos and audio.
  • International Directory of Primatology (IDP)
    Information about organizations, field studies, population management, information resources, and people active in the field of primatology.
  • iPAD System
    Internet Primate Aging Database (iPAD) is a multi-centered, relational database of biological variables in aging, captive nonhuman primates.
  • Laboratory Primate Newsletter
    Published quarterly since its inception in 1962.
  • Living Links
    A center for the study of ape and human evolution at Emory University and the Yerkes Primate Center.
  • Monkey Maddness
    Promoting knowledge and awareness of monkeys and all primates while striving to be informative and entertaining. Includes pictures.
  • NetVet: Primates
  • Photovault: Primates
    Pictures of monkeys, lemurs, orangutans, baboons, and more.
  • Primata, The
    Provides information on the morphology, range, ecology, locomotion, social behavior, communication, and reproduction strategies for several primate species.
  • Primate Facts
    Series of factsheets on prosimians, new world monkeys, old world monkeys, and apes from the University of Missouri-Columbia's anthropology course Monkeys, Apes, and Humans.
  • Primate Freedom Project
    Aims to create a public awareness of the conditions and uses of primates used in research.
  • Primate Info Net (PIN)
    Designed to cover the broad field of primatology providing original content and links to resources about nonhuman primates in research, education, and conservation.
  • Primates
    Information about prosimians, old and new world monkeys, apes, and humans.
  • Primates - Animal Diversity Web
    Learn about Primates, the ancient and diverse eutherian group, currently with around 233 living species placed in 13 families. Includes profiles and pictures of the great apes, New and Old World monkeys, lemurs, and other primates.
    Blog focusing on protection and conservation of primates, through discussion of recent scientific findings, environmental protections, and basic anthropology.
  • The Primates - Biological Anthropology Tutorials
    Tutorials addressing the taxonomy and general characteristics of prosimians, monkeys, apes, and humans,

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