In the first issue this year, we report on a newly discovered primate species in Myanmar, the Popa langur, we give an insight into the careers of former DPZ PhD students who worked on organismic primate biology, and we provide information about life at the field stations in Senegal and Madagascar: Where do you go in the wild when you have to? What does an office or laboratory look like in the jungle? Where do the researchers sleep? Find out all this and much more in our latest issue:
We hope you enjoy reading!