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Jane Goodall on hope, fatigue and finding pockets of nature

At 88 years old, the world’s best-known naturalist is calling on her fans to roll up their sleeves and ‘do something.’

Climate change is driving monkeys and lemurs from the tree canopy to the forest floor, study finds

Climate change is driving monkeys and lemurs from the tree canopy to the forest floor, study finds

The stresses of climate change are driving dozens of species of monkeys and lemurs that normally shelter and feed high in the tree canopy to the forest floor, a new study shows.
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Wildlife don’t recognize borders, nor does climate change. Conservation should keep up

A set of studies focused on the China-Vietnam border demonstrates that the impacts of climate change will make transboundary conservation even more important for endangered species like the Cao-Vit gibbon and tiger geckos.

A new hope
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A new hope

Discovered a mere four years ago, the Skywalker gibbon quickly landed on the list of the world's 25 most endangered primates. The species is inspiring a newfound effort to protect and restore the forests of China's Gaoligong Mountains.

Deforestation threatens primate melting pot in Indonesia
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Deforestation threatens to wipe out a primate melting pot in Indonesia

An evolutionary crucible in Indonesia that's given rise to a unique array of primate is at risk of disappearing due to rapid deforestation, a new study warns.

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Amazon primates face barriers in responding to climate change
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Amazon primates face barriers in responding to climate change

Climate change will make the current ranges of most Amazon primates uninhabitable in the coming decades, forcing them to move.

Possible monkey extinction highlights the risk to Africa’s most endangered primate group
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Possible monkey extinction highlights the risk to Africa’s most endangered primate group

The IUCN just declared an African monkey, Miss Waldron’s red colobus, “possibly extinct.” Other species could be quick to follow, conservationists warn.
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