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‘It was very traumatizing’: Loose pet monkey attacks woman in Dickson
'It was very traumatizing': Loose pet monkey attacks woman in Dickson FOX 25 News, Oklahoma by: Sara Smith March 13, 2023 Dickson police say the 911 call was one of the most unusual calls they have ever received. (Brittany Parker) Dickson, Okla. (KOKH) — A Carter...
The Many Ways of Giving
You can ensure the primates receive quality lifetime care and that we can continue saving lives for decades to come.
Chimp Outdoor Enclosure Deck Upgrades
The chimpanzees’ outdoor enclosure now features a new ground-level raised platform on a sloped part of the grounds previously underutilized by the troop...
A Beacon of Hope: The Legacy of Dewey
Remembering and honoring Dewey's legacy on the 25th anniversary of his rescue.
Merry “Chimpmas” 2022
It’s that time again – the 2022 PRC Chimpmas Holiday Wishlist is here! Each year we look forward to this festive season so that we can spoil all the amazing PRC primates with a little extra holiday cheer. The monkeys and apes have all made their Chimpmas Wishlists, and we hope that you will enjoy making their Chimpmas dreams come true!
Chimps show off their ‘signature’ drum beats
Wild chimpanzees have their own "signature drumming style" according to scientists. Researchers who followed and studied chimps in the Ugandan rainforest found that the animals drum out messages to one another on tree roots.
Study reports first evidence of social relationships between chimpanzees, gorillas
A long-term study led by primatologist Crickette Sanz at Washington University in St. Louis reveals the first evidence of lasting social relationships between chimpanzees and gorillas in the wild.
PETA to CDC: Suspend Monkey Imports in Light of New Endangered Status
Today, in a significant move that should have an impact on wasteful, old-style animal experiments, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) announced that the conservation status of long-tailed macaques and pig-tailed macaques has been changed from “vulnerable” to “endangered.”