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News

  • As part of our new quarantine procedures at the Ozouga camp, a wooden cabin has been constructed as a transit between the forest and the camp. All clothes and shoes used in the forest are confined to this hut as a means to reduce contamination risks between humans and chimpanzees.
  • We have a new PhD candidate, Lara Southern, joining us this year to study the communicative interactions of the Rekambo males with a special focus on how this unique environment may have shaped communicative complexity and individual profiles.
© Loango Chimpanzee Project/P. Baas

Recent publications:

  • Estienne, V., Mundry, R., Kuehl, H.S., Boesch, C. 2017. Exploitation of underground bee nests by three sympatric consumers in Loango National Park, Gabon. Biotropica, 49 (1), 101-109.
© Loango Chimpanzee Project/Erwan Theleste
© Loango Chimpanzee Project/Erwan Theleste