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Non-human primates are highly threatened as a result of habitat destruction, agricultural expansion, industrial development, large-scale build-ups and wildlife trafficking. Nearly 60% of all primates are threatened and many are found in habitats with some form of human modifications (e.g., croplands and plantations). The adaptability of primates to...
We studied endangered golden langurs in fragmented and altered habitats to understand the consequences of habitat conditions on group size, social organization, and birth seasonality. We selected 12 groups inhabiting forest edge and forest core of Chakrashila Wildlife Sanctuary (henceforth Chakrashila WLS) and adjoining the Abhaya rubber plantation...
FINAL REPORT US Fish & Wildlife Service FA17AP00975 Conserving western Hoolock gibbon in Karbi Anglong, Assam by adopting an inclusive approach of Capacity building, Monitoring, Community outreach education and involvement Phase-II Conserving western Hoolock gibbon in Karbi Anglong, Assam by adopting an inclusive approach of Capacity building, Monitoring, Community outreach education and involvement Phase-II # F17AP00975 Final Report PROGRAM ASSOCIATES INVESTIGATOR ADVIDSORS RESEARCHERS
Gee's golden langur (Trachypithecus geei) is an endangered colobine primate, endemic to the semi-evergreen and mixed-deciduous forests of Indo-Bhutan border. During the last few decades, extensive fragmentation has caused severe population decline and local extinction of golden langur from several fragments. However, no studies are available on the...
To assess the genetic diversity among the isolated populations of golden langurs in Assam, India