By: James K Kirkwood and Katherine Stathatos
154 pages, 65 illus
Summarises essential information on the husbandry of primates and describes the housing, feeding and preventative medicine techniques that improve the survival and promote normal growth of apes and monkeys in captivity.
Contents include: Introduction; ruffed lemur; lesser mouse lemur; senegal or lesser bush-baby; Bosman's potto; Horsfield's or western tarsier; common marmoset; cotton-top tamarin; golden lion tamarin; owl monkey (night monkey or douroucouli); squirrel monkey; vervet monkey (green monkey or grivet); rhesus monkey; stump-tailed macaque; common baboon; proboscis monkey; western black and white colobus monkey; lar gibbon; chimpanzee; list of products.
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