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Title: Plight of the bush-meat babies
Author(s): Farmer, K H
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Issue Date: Jun-1996
Date Deposited: 26-Aug-2015
Citation: Farmer KH (1996) Plight of the bush-meat babies. Biologist, 43 (3), pp. 134-135.
Abstract: Orphaned primates have become part of an illegal and lucrative trade, which has recently come under the spotlight. Whilst the problem is not unusual in other African countries, it seems particularly acute in Cameroon, a country which still harbours a viable population of wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and contains about 80% of the remaining habitat of the endangered drill (Mandrillus leucohaeus). Financial support has recently enabled the first primate sanctuary in Cameroon to be established.
Rights: The publisher has granted permission for use of this work in this Repository. Published in The Biologist (1998), 43.3, pp. 134-135 by Royal Society of Biology.

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