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Wildlife conservation student, Anna Starkey, shares her experiences studying macaques while trying to avoid insects in the wilds of Indonesia.
Scientists at LJMU are capturing the thermal profiles of animals at a local wildlife park in order to help researchers around the world classify and monitor endangered species in the wild.
More effective measures of detection are needed to help stop the trade in illegal animal products. An LJMU graduate is working on an innovative approach to address the problem.
LJMU students are given a once in a lifetime opportunity to venture out into the wilds of Tanzania to study primates in their natural habitat. Find out about their experiences.
Meet LJMU primate specialist and lecturer in Animal Behaviour, Dr Alex Piel. He talks about his research on chimpanzees and what they tell us about our own history.