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WANPRC Researcher Finds Critically Endangered Monkey Population Shifts to Sustainability

Kyes-AJP-CoverPhoto1-MnigraAmerican Journal of Primatology (AJP) published article by Dr. Randy Kyes, Core Staff Scientist with the Washington National Primate Research Center, on the stabilization of critically endangered Sulawesi black macaques. The findings support a shift in population sustainability of the Macaca nigra living in an Indonesian nature reserve after decades of decline.

Read the full article published in the January 2013 issue of AJP. Overview information about the article is available from University of Washington News and Information and The Daily.