Anthropology: Primate fact sheet

The report is organized by continent and each section opens with a map of the species in the report who are found on that continent. You can access the Primates in Peril 2018-2020
opens in new window report here.
Create a “Primate Fact Sheet” to help spread awareness about this endangered species. In your fact sheet, be sure to include:
A picture of the species (include an image citation)
The species common name and scientific name
Their geographic range and estimated population size
Some key details about their behavioral ecology (habitat type, diet, social organization)
A description of the primate threats to their survival
#1-3 can be listed in bullet points.
#4 and 5 should be written in paragraph form (do not write using bullet points or sentence fragments) using complete sentences. You will submit your fact sheet as either a word doc (.doc or .docx) or a pdf (.pdf). I cannot accept any other file type. Submit your fact sheet here before the deadline. You can bring a printed copy of your fact sheet with you to class and I will proudly display it outside my office! Come to class prepared to present some information about your chosen species to the class.
Report Citation: Schwitzer, C., Mittermeier, R.A., Rylands, A.B., Chiozza, F., Williamson, E.A., Byler, D., Wich, S., Humle, T., Johnson, C., Mynott, H., and McCabe, G. (eds.). 2019. Primates in Peril: The World’s 25 Most Endangered Primates 2018–2020. IUCN SSC Primate Specialist Group, International Primatological Society, Global Wildlife Conservation, and Bristol Zoological Society, Washington, DC. 130pp