MEDIA COVERAGE AND INTERNET CITATIONS

Following is a list of articles that cite New England Primate Conservancy’s website.
​This list is still being built and is, therefore, not all-inclusive.

CNN.com:

Jersey Zoo welcomes birth of endangered black lion tamarin, April 3, 2022: https://www.cnn.com/2022/04/03/us/black-lion-tamarin-jersey-zoo-scn-trnd/index.html

Squirrel Monkey Publishing:

  1. Resource for information about squirrel monkeys, night monkeys, spider monkeys for the children’s book, Sassy the Squirrel Monkey: https://www.squirrelmonkeypublishing.com/resources

Reader’s Digest:

  1. This article cites information about the indri: https://www.rd.com/list/animals-never-see-at-zoo/ 
  2. This article cites information about the gray woolly monkey: https://www.rd.com/list/animals-in-the-amazon-rainforest/

French Wikipedia:

  1. This article cites information about the pygmy slow loris: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loris_paresseux_pygm%C3%A9e
  2. This article cites information from NEPC about the Hainan gibbon: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nomascus_hainanus

English Wikipedia:

  1. This article cites information about the Coquerel’s sifaka: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sifaka
  2. This article cites information about the Tapanuli orangutan: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tapanuli_orangutan
  3. This article cites information about the Lesser Galago: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lesser_bushbaby
  4. This article cites information about the Toque macaque: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toque_macaque
  5. This article cites information about the Yunnan snub-nosed monkey: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toque_macaque
  6. This article cites information about the Moustached tamarin: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toque_macaque
  7. This article cites information about the Gabon talapoin: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gabon_talapoin
  8. This article cites information about the Black headed squirrel monkey: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_squirrel_monkey
  9. This article cites information about the Coppery titi: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coppery_titi

Houston Community College:

  1. This is a page that is designed to support one of the college’s anthropology courses and it links to several of NEPC’s profiles including the indri, red slender loris, thick-tailed bushbaby (brown greater galago), gray-bellied night monkey (Colombian night monkey), bald uakari, Wolf’s guenon, proboscis monkey, golden snub-nosed monkey, and gelada. https://library.hccs.edu/anth2301-ayers/primate-research-project

Smithsonian Magazine:

  1. This article cites information about the Hainan gibbon: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/rope-bridges-can-connect-most-endangered-primates-fractured-habitat-180976077/

ArcGIS StoryMaps:

  1. This article cites information about the Central American squirrel monkey, Geoffroy’s spider monkey, mantled howler, and white-throated capuchin: https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/80543d09c0804c7e9c347f4afe3034bd

Yahoo Entertainment:

  1. This articles cites information about the Francois langur: https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/philadelphia-zoo-celebrates-birth-endangered-193828794/?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAABD5YG5ZmWkFTslyjt5oQRhia75SHKI4BVmDSoclRtHZdZC9hN05zBC5U0vzKEPYEfrAKVapFD3RyMluk1fh02NcfEUtGsWGlFq_Au9ZkCAUdHQ7XAXIGYFpfpoFfu3LjdxjJB5wYwVEcj9qKVCW-WukwdEItTgPRJz7q1jajT08
  2. This article cites information about the white-throated capuchin: https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/hold-tight-newquay-zoos-baby-183050002/
  3. This article cites information about the black-capped squirrel monkey: https://news.yahoo.com/mealworm-valentine-treats-charm-london-102705233/

The World:

  1. This article cites information about the Japanese macaque: https://www.pri.org/stories/2013-07-03/world-awesome-macaque-edition

Lemur Conservation Network:

  1. This blog contains an image about ring-tailed lemurs: https://www.lemurconservationnetwork.org/my-endless-love-story-with-lemurs-and-madagascar/

Plebeian Science

  1. This article cites information about tamarins: https://plebeianscience.wordpress.com/2020/03/03/saving-the-worlds-tiniest-monkeys/

Newsweek:

  1. This article cites information about the Francois langur: https://www.newsweek.com/incredibly-rare-monkey-high-risk-extinction-zoo-1463151

Red Bluff Daily News:

  1. This article cites information about marmosets:https://www.redbluffdailynews.com/2021/06/18/devoted-fathers-of-the-animal-kingdom/

The Gazette:

  1. This article cites information about Japanese Macaques: https://www.thegazette.com/kids-articles/discovering-japan-6-things-you-might-not-know/

Republic World:

  1. This article uses an image of a white-cheeked macaque: https://www.republicworld.com/entertainment-news/whats-viral/tibet-scientists-discover-five-new-animal-species-including-white-cheeked-macaque/

Research Articles:

  1. This research paper cites information about the golden monkey as well as the eastern lesser bamboo lemur: https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/7/19/eabf7679

Woman’s Day:

  1. This slideshow gallery cites information on the Philippine Tarsier and links to the NEPC website: https://www.womansday.com/life/g34152585/smallest-animals-in-the-world/?slide=11

The Science Times:

  1. This article cites information about the Tapanuli orangutan: https://www.sciencetimes.com/articles/28947/20210106/tapanuli-orangutan-rarest-great-ape-in-greater-danger-than-previously-thought.htm

CTV News:

  1. This article cites information about the Japanese macaque: https://calgary.ctvnews.ca/calgary-zoo-s-senior-macaque-euthanized-due-to-deteriorating-health-1.5379526

Live Science:

  1. On slide 6, this gallery cites information about the Bengal slow loris: https://www.livescience.com/photos-nocturnal-animals/

Genetic Literacy Project:

  1. This article cites an image of capuchin monkeys: https://geneticliteracyproject.org/2020/07/23/do-males-and-females-have-different-brain-structures-monkey-study-suggests-yes/

New York Post:

  1. This article cites information about the white-face saki: https://nypost.com/2019/03/15/insanely-muscular-monkey-spotted-in-finland/
  2. This article cites information about the Bolivian black-capped squirrel monkey: https://nypost.com/2021/02/12/mealworm-valentine-treats-charm-london-zoos-squirrel-monkeys/

People:

  1. This article cites information about capuchin monkeys: https://people.com/pets/baby-capuchin-monkey-born-newquay-zoo/

Treehugger:

  1. This article lists NEPC’s profile on the Spix’s night monkey in their references: https://www.treehugger.com/types-of-monkeys-5094053
  2. This article lists NEPC’s profiles on several primates in their references including the white-bellied spider monkey, black-faced spider monkey, brown-headed spider monkey, and Geoffroy’s spider monkey: https://www.treehugger.com/surprising-facts-spider-monkeys-4864486
  3. This article lists NEPC’s profile on the Philippine tarsier in their references: https://www.treehugger.com/tarsiers-cool-facts-about-these-wonderfully-weird-primates-4864006

Muscle & Fitness:

  1. This article cites information about the white-faced saki: https://www.muscleandfitness.com/athletes-celebrities/news/buff-monkey-can-totally-out-lift-you/

OneIndia:

  1. This article cites information about the white-faced saki: https://www.oneindia.com/international/have-you-seen-the-schwarzenegger-among-monkeys-she-resides-in-finland-2866617/

Kompas:

  1. This article is not in English but appears to cite information about the pygmy marmoset: https://www.kompas.com/skola/read/2021/04/24/130935469/hewan-hewan-terkecil-di-dunia?page=all

Fox News:

  1. This article references information about the white-faced saki. There are several of these types of articles on different news sites that have similar headlines and generally the exact same wording. This Fox News article may be the original. https://www.foxnews.com/science/muscular-monkey-captured-in-stunning-photos-looks-like-its-competing-in-a-body-building-contest

World of Buzz:

  1. This article uses an image of the dusky leaf monkey (dusky langur): https://worldofbuzz.com/rare-dusky-leaf-monkeys-are-killed-in-penang-by-deforestation-development/

A-Z-Animals:

  1. This article references information about the red-handed tamarin: https://a-z-animals.com/animals/red-handed-tamarin/
  2. This article references information about the Western Lowland Gorilla: https://a-z-animals.com/animals/western-lowland-gorilla/
  3. This article references the cross river gorilla: https://a-z-animals.com/animals/cross-river-gorilla/

Primatespark:

  1. This article references information about the moustached guenon and links to NEPC: https://www.primatespark.com/moustached-guenon/

Melinda Ozel:

  1. This document uses images and information about types of chimpanzees from NEPC: https://melindaozel.com/chimpanzee-study-guide/

World Land Trust:

  1. This page cites information about the Philippine Slow Loris: https://www.worldlandtrust.org/species/mammals/philippine-slow-loris/

Animalia.bio:

  1. This page cites information about the Mantled Guereza: https://animalia.bio/mantled-guereza

Owlcation:

  1. This article references information about the Fat-tailed Dwarf Lemur: https://owlcation.com/stem/Fat-Tailed-Dwarf-Lemur-An-Interesting-Primate-That-Hibernates

Midwest Primates:

  1. This organization lists NEPC on their page of Useful Links: https://midwestprimates.org/useful-links/

Blog Isige – Mines ParisTech:

  1. This blog references information about golden snub nosed monkeys: https://blog-isige.minesparis.psl.eu/2020/01/23/a-golden-opportunity/

Encyclopedia of Life:

  1. This page lists NEPC as a reference for the pig-tailed macaque: https://eol.org/pages/323950/articles

United Nations Environment Programme:

  1. This report cites information about the sooty mangabey and links to the NEPC website: https://reliefweb.int/sites/reliefweb.int/files/resources/ZP.pdf

Cracked.com:

  1. This article references information about the golden snub-nosed monkey: https://www.cracked.com/pictofacts-2013-15-creatures-youll-think-or-wish-we-were-making-up

New Zealand Government, Environmental Protection Agency:

  1. This Staff Assessment Report cites information about the red ruffed lemur: https://www.epa.govt.nz/assets/FileAPI/hsno-ar/APP203982/APP203982-EPA-Advice-memorandum-to-Decision-makers.pdf

Happy Media

  1. This article references information about the pygmy tarsier and links to the NEPC Primate Species Profile: https://happymag.tv/10-animals-we-thought-were-extinct-but-actually-arent/

UniProt

  1. NEPC is referenced as a resource for the taxonomy of the Philippine Tarsier: https://www.uniprot.org/taxonomy/1868482

Forest of Hope

  1. Animal Fact References—Diana Monkey: https://forestofhope.com/pages/animal-facts-references
  2. Animal Fact References—Western Chimpanzee: https://forestofhope.com/pages/animal-facts-references

The Western Hemisphere

  1. This article references information about the pied tamarin: https://thewesternhemisphere.org/8391/showcase/extraordinary-endangered-animals-pied-tamarin/

Little Rock Zoo

  1. This article references information about brown capuchins: https://www.littlerockzoo.com/media/1825/brown-capuchin-activities.pdf

Amazon Audible Podcast:

  1. The Ring-tailed Lemur: https://www.audible.com/pd/The-Ring-Tailed-Lemur-Podcast/B08PYM9HNC

Nature Tingz

  1. 15 Different Types of Monkeys Around the World—Proboscis monkey: https://naturetingz.com/types-of-monkeys/

Ark Kings Academy:

  1. This lesson uses our Life in the World’s Tropical Rainforests activity within their lesson: https://arkkingsacademy.org/sites/default/files/Y1W9%20-%20Geography%20-%20Rainforests.pdf

GoodNet

  1. Embedded our video tweet about Pygmy Tarsiers into their article 7 Comeback Animals Once Thought Extinct Celebrated for Earth Day: https://www.goodnet.org/articles/7-comeback-animals-once-thought-extinct-celebrated-for-earth-day 

Louise Cooper

  1. This research project references NEPC’s Coquerel’s sifaka Primate Species Profile: http://www.louisecooper.org/my_research_project/

The Daily News

  1. Merrimac nonprofit aims to protect primates—iInterview with New England Primate Conservancy’s founder: https://www.newburyportnews.com/news/merrimac-nonprofit-aims-to-protect-primates/article_9923ab84-8c70-11e7-9ad2-5b3d749aa56f/

City of Albuquerque

  1. ABQ Bioparak—article references NEPC’s siamang Primate Species Profile: https://www.cabq.gov/artsculture/biopark/biopark-connect/siamangs

Exploration Squared:

  1. This article, 17 of the Cutest Small Monkey Breeds, references five NEPC website sources: https://explorationsquared.com/the-cutest-small-monkey-breeds/

Link for Counselors:

  1. Article entitled, Great lesson plans and strategies that can be used in your school, links to NEPC’s K-12 Lessons and Activities: https://www.linkforcounselors.com/great-lesson-plans-strategies-can-used-school/

Leaders in Wildlife Conservation

  1. This blog, The Golden Snub-Nosed Monkey, references NEPC’s golden snub-nosed monkey Primate Species Profile: https://leadersinwildlifeconservation.org/blogs/f/the-golden-snub-nosed-monkey?blogcategory=Greater+Context

Patreon

  1. This article references NEPC’s greater galago Primate Species Profile: https://www.patreon.com/posts/haitian-cuban-48561002

Student Project by Karina

  1. This 7th grade project cites NEPC’s ring-tailed lemur Primate Species Profile as its source: https://www.weberpl.lib.ut.us/sites/default/files/nonfiction_week-4.pdf

Wildlife Conservation Society

  1. This article, The Baboon, cites NEPC’s baboons genre page: https://wildlifeconservationtoday.com/2020/05/06/the-baboon/

VY Maps

  1. Information about the Red Ruffed Lemur Sanctuary cites NEPC as a website resources for information about red-ruffed lemurs: https://vymaps.com/MG/Red-ruffed-lemur-sanctuary-27598/

Erie City School District

  1. 11th Grade Teacher’s Guide cites NEPC’s Lessons and Activities: https://www.eriesd.org/site/handlers/filedownload.ashx?moduleinstanceid=15638&dataid=16114&FileName=9th%20Grade%20S%20and%20S%20Supplemental.pdf

Endangered Species Project by Tyler Dean

  1. Blog cites NEPS’s ctton top tamarin Primate Species Profile as a source: https://cottontoptamarin.wordpress.com/links/

Commack School District:

  1. Rainforest Animal Research Report cites NEPC’s tamarins genus page: https://www.commackschools.org/RainForestAnimalResearchReport.aspx

The Vibes

  1. Malaysia article, Shoot first, ask later? Environmental NGO urges halt to wildlife culling, uses NEPC’s dusky leaf monkeys photo: https://www.thevibes.com/articles/news/28537/shoot-first-ask-later-environmental-ngo-urges-halt-to-wildlife-culling

SoftSchools.com

  1. Digital online news. Galago Fun Facts. Cites several NEPC galago genus and Primate Species Profiles pages, as well as seven NEPC Pinterest posts embedded into the page: https://nosoproject.com/

Short Cut Comics

  1. Features mandrills and references NEPC’s mandrill Primate Species Profile: https://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/timeswv.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/8/8c/88c85fc0-89e5-11eb-9a23-cf55c9231e38/6056a2b449b5c.pdf.pdf

The Javan Slow Loris by Gaea 

  1. Student slideshow project cites NEPC;s Javan slow loris Primate Species Profile page: https://view.genial.ly/6040dcb27cb5f70fc94c955b/presentation-the-javan-slow-loris-by-gaea

Ouyang:

  1. Artist how-to-paint animals references NEPC’s gelada Primate Species Profile page: https://ouyang.es/author/cili-ouyanggmail-com/

The Animal Facts

  1. Article references NEPC’s emperor tamarin Primate Species Profile page: https://www.theanimalfacts.com/mammals/emperor-tamarin/

CNN.com

Jersey Zoo welcomes birth of endangered black lion tamarin

Jersey Zoo welcomes birth of endangered black lion tamarin

 

Squirrel Monkey Publishing:

  1. Resource for information about squirrel monkeys, night monkeys, spider monkeys for the children’s book, Sassy the Squirrel Monkey: https://www.squirrelmonkeypublishing.com/resources

Reader’s Digest:

  1. This article cites information about the indri: https://www.rd.com/list/animals-never-see-at-zoo/ 
  2. This article cites information about the gray woolly monkey: https://www.rd.com/list/animals-in-the-amazon-rainforest/

French Wikipedia:

  1. This article cites information about the pygmy slow loris: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loris_paresseux_pygm%C3%A9e
  2. This article cites information from NEPC about the Hainan gibbon: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nomascus_hainanus

English Wikipedia:

  1. This article cites information about the Coquerel’s sifaka: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sifaka
  2. This article cites information about the Tapanuli orangutan: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tapanuli_orangutan
  3. This article cites information about the Lesser Galago: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lesser_bushbaby
  4. This article cites information about the Toque macaque: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toque_macaque
  5. This article cites information about the Yunnan snub nosed monkey: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toque_macaque
  6. This article cites information about the Moustached tamarin: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toque_macaque
  7. This article cites information about the Gabon talapoin: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gabon_talapoin
  8. This article cites information about the Black headed squirrel monkey: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_squirrel_monkey
  9. This article cites information about the Coppery titi: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coppery_titi

Houston Community College:

  1. This is a page that is designed to support one of the college’s anthropology courses and it links to several of NEPC’s profiles including the indri, red slender loris, thick-tailed bush baby (brown greater galago), gray-bellied night monkey (Colombian night monkey), bald uakari, Wolf’s guenon, proboscis monkey, golden snub-nosed monkey, and gelada. https://library.hccs.edu/anth2301-ayers/primate-research-project

Smithsonian Magazine:

  1. This article cites information about the Hainan gibbon: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/rope-bridges-can-connect-most-endangered-primates-fractured-habitat-180976077/

ArcGIS StoryMaps:

  1. This article cites information about the Central American squirrel monkey, Geoffroy’s spider monkey, mantled howler, and white-throated capuchin: https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/80543d09c0804c7e9c347f4afe3034bd

Yahoo Entertainment:

  1. This articles cites information about the Francois langur: https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/philadelphia-zoo-celebrates-birth-endangered-193828794/?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAABD5YG5ZmWkFTslyjt5oQRhia75SHKI4BVmDSoclRtHZdZC9hN05zBC5U0vzKEPYEfrAKVapFD3RyMluk1fh02NcfEUtGsWGlFq_Au9ZkCAUdHQ7XAXIGYFpfpoFfu3LjdxjJB5wYwVEcj9qKVCW-WukwdEItTgPRJz7q1jajT08
  2. This article cites information about the white-throated capuchin: https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/hold-tight-newquay-zoos-baby-183050002/
  3. This article cites information about the black-capped squirrel monkey: https://news.yahoo.com/mealworm-valentine-treats-charm-london-102705233/

The World:

  1. This article cites information about the Japanese macaque: https://www.pri.org/stories/2013-07-03/world-awesome-macaque-edition

Lemur Conservation Network:

  1. This blog contains an image about ring tailed lemurs: https://www.lemurconservationnetwork.org/my-endless-love-story-with-lemurs-and-madagascar/

Plebeian Science

  1. This article cites information about tamarins: https://plebeianscience.wordpress.com/2020/03/03/saving-the-worlds-tiniest-monkeys/

Newsweek:

  1. This article cites information about the Francois langur: https://www.newsweek.com/incredibly-rare-monkey-high-risk-extinction-zoo-1463151

Red Bluff Daily News:

  1. This article cites information about marmosets:https://www.redbluffdailynews.com/2021/06/18/devoted-fathers-of-the-animal-kingdom/

The Gazette:

  1. This article cites information about Japanese Macaques: https://www.thegazette.com/kids-articles/discovering-japan-6-things-you-might-not-know/

Republic World:

  1. This article uses an image of a white-cheeked macaque: https://www.republicworld.com/entertainment-news/whats-viral/tibet-scientists-discover-five-new-animal-species-including-white-cheeked-macaque/

Research Articles:

  1. This research paper cites information about the golden monkey as well as the eastern lesser bamboo lemur: https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/7/19/eabf7679

Woman’s Day:

  1. This slideshow gallery cites information on the Philippine Tarsier and links to the NEPC website: https://www.womansday.com/life/g34152585/smallest-animals-in-the-world/?slide=11

The Science Times:

  1. This article cites information about the Tapanuli orangutan: https://www.sciencetimes.com/articles/28947/20210106/tapanuli-orangutan-rarest-great-ape-in-greater-danger-than-previously-thought.htm

CTV News:

  1. This article cites information about the Japanese macaque: https://calgary.ctvnews.ca/calgary-zoo-s-senior-macaque-euthanized-due-to-deteriorating-health-1.5379526

Live Science:

  1. On slide 6, this gallery cites information about the Bengal slow loris: https://www.livescience.com/photos-nocturnal-animals/

Genetic Literacy Project:

  1. This article cites an image of capuchin monkeys: https://geneticliteracyproject.org/2020/07/23/do-males-and-females-have-different-brain-structures-monkey-study-suggests-yes/

New York Post:

  1. This article cites information about the white-face saki: https://nypost.com/2019/03/15/insanely-muscular-monkey-spotted-in-finland/
  2. This article cites information about the Bolivian black-capped squirrel monkey: https://nypost.com/2021/02/12/mealworm-valentine-treats-charm-london-zoos-squirrel-monkeys/

People:

  1. This article cites information about capuchin monkeys: https://people.com/pets/baby-capuchin-monkey-born-newquay-zoo/

Treehugger:

  1. This article lists NEPC’s profile on the Spix’s night monkey in their references: https://www.treehugger.com/types-of-monkeys-5094053
  2. This article lists NEPC’s profiles on several primates in their references including the white-bellied spider monkey, black-faced spider monkey, brown-headed spider monkey, and Geoffroy’s spider monkey: https://www.treehugger.com/surprising-facts-spider-monkeys-4864486
  3. This article lists NEPC’s profile on the Philippine tarsier in their references: https://www.treehugger.com/tarsiers-cool-facts-about-these-wonderfully-weird-primates-4864006

Muscle & Fitness:

  1. This article cites information about the white-faced saki: https://www.muscleandfitness.com/athletes-celebrities/news/buff-monkey-can-totally-out-lift-you/

OneIndia:

  1. This article cites information about the white-faced saki: https://www.oneindia.com/international/have-you-seen-the-schwarzenegger-among-monkeys-she-resides-in-finland-2866617/

Kompas:

  1. This article is not in English, but appears to cite information about the pygmy marmoset: https://www.kompas.com/skola/read/2021/04/24/130935469/hewan-hewan-terkecil-di-dunia?page=all

Fox News:

  1. This article references information about the white-faced saki. There are several of these types of articles on different news sites that have similar headlines and generally the exact same wording. This Fox News article may be the original. https://www.foxnews.com/science/muscular-monkey-captured-in-stunning-photos-looks-like-its-competing-in-a-body-building-contest

World of Buzz:

  1. This article uses an image of the dusky leaf monkey (dusky langur): https://worldofbuzz.com/rare-dusky-leaf-monkeys-are-killed-in-penang-by-deforestation-development/

A-Z-Animals:

  1. This article references information about the red-handed tamarin: https://a-z-animals.com/animals/red-handed-tamarin/
  2. This article references information about the Western Lowland Gorilla: https://a-z-animals.com/animals/western-lowland-gorilla/
  3. This article references the cross river gorilla: https://a-z-animals.com/animals/cross-river-gorilla/

Primatespark:

  1. This article references information about the moustached guenon and links to NEPC: https://www.primatespark.com/moustached-guenon/

Melinda Ozel:

  1. This document uses images and information about types of chimpanzees from NEPC: https://melindaozel.com/chimpanzee-study-guide/

World Land Trust:

  1. This page cites information about the Philippine Slow Loris: https://www.worldlandtrust.org/species/mammals/philippine-slow-loris/

Animalia.bio:

  1. This page cites information about the Mantled Guereza: https://animalia.bio/mantled-guereza

Owlcation:

  1. This article references information about the Fat-tailed Dwarf Lemur: https://owlcation.com/stem/Fat-Tailed-Dwarf-Lemur-An-Interesting-Primate-That-Hibernates

Midwest Primates:

  1. This organization lists NEPC on their page of Useful Links: https://midwestprimates.org/useful-links/

Blog Isige – Mines ParisTech:

  1. This blog references information about golden snub nosed monkeys: https://blog-isige.minesparis.psl.eu/2020/01/23/a-golden-opportunity/

Encyclopedia of Life:

  1. This page lists NEPC as a reference for the pig-tailed macaque: https://eol.org/pages/323950/articles

United Nations Environment Programme:

  1. This report cites information about the sooty mangabey and links to the NEPC website: https://reliefweb.int/sites/reliefweb.int/files/resources/ZP.pdf

Cracked.com:

  1. This article references information about the golden snub nosed monkey: https://www.cracked.com/pictofacts-2013-15-creatures-youll-think-or-wish-we-were-making-up

New Zealand Government, Environmental Protection Agency:

  1. This Staff Assessment Report cites information about the red ruffed lemur: https://www.epa.govt.nz/assets/FileAPI/hsno-ar/APP203982/APP203982-EPA-Advice-memorandum-to-Decision-makers.pdf

Happy Media

  1. This article references information about the pygmy tarsier and links to the NEPC Primate Species Profile: https://happymag.tv/10-animals-we-thought-were-extinct-but-actually-arent/

UniProt

  1. NEPC is referenced as a resource for the taxonomy of the Philippine Tarsier: https://www.uniprot.org/taxonomy/1868482

Forest of Hope

  1. Animal Fact References—Diana Monkey: https://forestofhope.com/pages/animal-facts-references
  2. Animal Fact References—Western Chimpanzee: https://forestofhope.com/pages/animal-facts-references

The Western Hemisphere

  1. This article references information about the pied tamarin: https://thewesternhemisphere.org/8391/showcase/extraordinary-endangered-animals-pied-tamarin/

Little Rock Zoo

  1. This article references information about brown capuchins: https://www.littlerockzoo.com/media/1825/brown-capuchin-activities.pdf

Amazon Audible Podcast:

  1. The Ring-tailed Lemur: https://www.audible.com/pd/The-Ring-Tailed-Lemur-Podcast/B08PYM9HNC

Nature Tingz

  1. 15 Different Types of Monkeys Around the World—Proboscis monkey: https://naturetingz.com/types-of-monkeys/

Ark Kings Academy:

  1. This lesson uses our Life in the World’s Tropical Rainforests activity within their lesson: https://arkkingsacademy.org/sites/default/files/Y1W9%20-%20Geography%20-%20Rainforests.pdf

GoodNet

  1. Embedded our video tweet about Pygmy Tarsiers into their article 7 Comeback Animals Once Thought Extinct Celebrated for Earth Day: https://www.goodnet.org/articles/7-comeback-animals-once-thought-extinct-celebrated-for-earth-day 

Louise Cooper

  1. This research project references NEPC’s Coquerel’s sifaka Primate Species Profile: http://www.louisecooper.org/my_research_project/

The Daily News

  1. Merrimac nonprofit aims to protect primates—iInterview with New England Primate Conservancy’s founder: https://www.newburyportnews.com/news/merrimac-nonprofit-aims-to-protect-primates/article_9923ab84-8c70-11e7-9ad2-5b3d749aa56f/

City of Albuquerque

  1. ABQ Bioparak—article references NEPC’s siamang Primate Species Profile: https://www.cabq.gov/artsculture/biopark/biopark-connect/siamangs

Exploration Squared:

  1. This article, 17 of the Cutest Small Monkey Breeds, references five NEPC website sources: https://explorationsquared.com/the-cutest-small-monkey-breeds/

Link for Counselors:

  1. Article entitled, Great lesson plans and strategies that can be used in your school, links to NEPC’s K-12 Lessons and Activities: https://www.linkforcounselors.com/great-lesson-plans-strategies-can-used-school/

Leaders in Wildlife Conservation

  1. This blog, The Golden Snub-Nosed Monkey, references NEPC’s golden snub-nosed monkey Primate Species Profile: https://leadersinwildlifeconservation.org/blogs/f/the-golden-snub-nosed-monkey?blogcategory=Greater+Context

Patreon

  1. This article references NEPC’s greater galago Primate Species Profile: https://www.patreon.com/posts/haitian-cuban-48561002

Student Project by Karina

  1. This 7th grade project cites NEPC’s ring-tailed lemur Primate Species Profile as its source: https://www.weberpl.lib.ut.us/sites/default/files/nonfiction_week-4.pdf

Wildlife Conservation Society

  1. This article, The Baboon, cites NEPC’s baboons genre page: https://wildlifeconservationtoday.com/2020/05/06/the-baboon/

VY Maps

  1. Information about the Red Ruffed Lemur Sanctuary cites NEPC as a website resources for information about red-ruffed lemurs: https://vymaps.com/MG/Red-ruffed-lemur-sanctuary-27598/

Erie City School District

  1. 11th Grade Teacher’s Guide cites NEPC’s Lessons and Activities: https://www.eriesd.org/site/handlers/filedownload.ashx?moduleinstanceid=15638&dataid=16114&FileName=9th%20Grade%20S%20and%20S%20Supplemental.pdf

Endangered Species Project by Tyler Dean

  1. Blog cites NEPS’s ctton top tamarin Primate Species Profile as a source: https://cottontoptamarin.wordpress.com/links/

Commack School District:

  1. Rainforest Animal Research Report cites NEPC’s tamarins genus page: https://www.commackschools.org/RainForestAnimalResearchReport.aspx

The Vibes

  1. Malaysia article, Shoot first, ask later? Environmental NGO urges halt to wildlife culling, uses NEPC’s dusky leaf monkeys photo: https://www.thevibes.com/articles/news/28537/shoot-first-ask-later-environmental-ngo-urges-halt-to-wildlife-culling

SoftSchools.com

  1. Digital online news. Galago Fun Facts. Cites several NEPC galago genus and Primate Species Profiles pages, as well as seven NEPC Pinterest posts embedded into the page: https://nosoproject.com/

Short Cut Comics

  1. Features mandrills and references NEPC’s mandrill Primate Species Profile: https://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/timeswv.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/8/8c/88c85fc0-89e5-11eb-9a23-cf55c9231e38/6056a2b449b5c.pdf.pdf

The Javan Slow Loris by Gaea 

  1. Student slideshow project cites NEPC;s Javan slow loris Primate Species Profile page: https://view.genial.ly/6040dcb27cb5f70fc94c955b/presentation-the-javan-slow-loris-by-gaea

Ouyang:

  1. Artist how-to-paint animals references NEPC’s gelada Primate Species Profile page: https://ouyang.es/author/cili-ouyanggmail-com/

The Animal Facts

  1. Article references NEPC’s emperor tamarin Primate Species Profile page: https://www.theanimalfacts.com/mammals/emperor-tamarin/