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More than Half of the World’s Primates Disappearing

Original story at VOA• 3 mentions • 1 week ago

VOA 1 week ago

 
More than Half of the World’s Primates Disappearing Embed code Copy and paste the embed code below. The code has been copied to your clipboard. 0:00:00 Scientists who study primates say that we are moving towards a time when species like gorillas will no longer be found in the wild . They say Orangutans would be gone too. And Madagascar would lose its lemurs. Jo Setchell is a primatologist at Durham University in Britain. She studies primates, the group of mammals that includes gorillas, chimps, monkeys, gibbons, mandrills, and lemurs. And, of course, humans. "So If we have 60 percent ...
 
 
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What they're saying:

20 Mar
Extinction Symbol @extinctsymbol
"Within our children's lifetimes, we will eradicate other primates." https://t.co/uTN8O3NoW9
20 Mar
Orangutan Land Trust @orangulandtrust
More than Half of the World’s Primates Disappearing https://t.co/Y3ZBZSYUzp
20 Mar
Michelle Desilets @orangutans
More than Half of the World’s Primates Disappearing https://t.co/Q3z5onUcQE