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Primates Face to Face: The Conservation Implications of Human-nonhuman Primate Interconnections (Cambridge Studies in Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology) Hardcover – February 11, 2002
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"A valuable resource..." American Journal of Human Biology
"As prominent primatologist Karen Strier points out in the forward, this book can be seen as addressing a question opposite from the one normally asked: "What can anthropology contribute to primatology?" This book does an excellent and comprehensive job of addressing this question from a variety of often-conflicting perspectives." Choice
Despite being our closest evolutionary relatives, most species of nonhuman primates now face an uncertain future through exploitation for the pet and bushmeat trades as well as ha bitat loss. New information about disease transmission, and the continuing international focus on conservation and primate research have created a surge of interest in this field. Primates Face to Face examines the diverse and fascinating range of relationships between humans and other primates, and the critical role this plays in conservation programs and practice.
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