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The unique culture of nut-cracking chimpanzees has been selected for conservation by the UN, marking the first time an animal activity has been preserved by the international body.
Anderson Cooper talks with Dr. Jane Goodall, legendary conservationist, about humans' interactions with animals and how we can avoid pandemics like the novel coronavirus.
A headline-grabbing murder-for-hire plot helped expose the dark side of exotic animal ownership in the U.S. Is there now enough momentum to reform the industry?
Asha, 12 and Jia Fitzpatrick, 10, stopped eating cereal and started a petition because they were concerned about the effect palm oil farming affects orangutans.
The Primate Rescue Center’s mission is to alleviate the suffering of primates wherever it occurs, with the goal of rescue, rehabilitation, and recovery for each individual primate we welcome to the sanctuary. Most of the primates we rescue have come from private...
Executive Director Eileen Dunnington was recently a guest on Family Practice Associates of Lexington's YouTube channel program, speaking with them about the PRC.
At the PRC, we strive to give the chimpanzees an environment that mimics activities they would experience in the wild. Chimpanzees naturally forage feed, meaning they dig and look through materials in search of food. We replicate this with a twice-daily group...
Humans are not the only mammals to form bonded pairs — many other animals do, including a fair number of nonhuman primates. But why did pair-bonding develop in the first place? New research delves into this question.