Declining primate populations – where samangos and humans meet

Sixty percent of primate species are heading towards extinction According to the most recent scientific assessment, human influence has caused 60% of wild primate species to head towards extinction with three quarters declining steadily.

The Web of Life – Biodiversity

Wednesday, April 12, 2017 Irreplaceable Afromontane forests – where the threatened subspecies of samango monkey, Cercopithecus mitis labiatus, resides – are found on moist southern slopes from the Cape to Limpopo. The forests are fragmented and vulnerable due to increased demands for forest resources, invaders and degradation. An important aspect of our ToPS (Threatened or … Continue reading The Web of Life – Biodiversity