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Saving the World’s Most Peaceful Primates | Karen Strier | TEDxUWMadison
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Added Aug 12, 2016
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Listen to Karen Strier as she discusses her field research with Brazilian primates. She will share her research on the behavior of wild muriqui monkeys and their conservation status in Brazil. What's the bigger picture? Conservation.

Karen Strier is a biological anthropologist with a specialization in primate behavioral ecology and conservation. For over 33 years, she has coordinated a long-term field study on the critically endangered muriqui monkey in Brazil's Atlantic forest and is deeply committed to conservation.

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