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Monkeys, lemurs and apes at risk: Climate change threatens a quarter of world's primate habitat

By Brogan M. Stewart, PhD Student in Environmental Science, Concordia University
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About 60 per cent of monkeys, apes, lemurs, lorises and tarsiers are threatened with extinction. Climate change will only make it more difficult for them to survive.

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