What primates can teach us about managing arguments during lockdown

Primates have evolved behavioural strategies that can minimise the risk and costs of conflict.

Nicola F. Koyama, Senior Lecturer in Biological & Environmental Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University • conversation
June 30, 2020 ~6 min

Tags:  conflict  primates  aggression  monkeys  non-human-primates  post-conflict  arguments

Lockdown challenges – what evolution tells us about our need for personal space

Freedom of movement for survival.

Isabelle Catherine Winder, Lecturer in Zoology, Bangor University • conversation
May 1, 2020 ~6 min

Tags: evolution coronavirus primates self-isolation lockdown zoos

Monkey teeth fossils hint several extinct species crossed the Atlantic

New research suggests African monkeys crossed the ocean to South America earlier than previously thought.

Isabelle Catherine Winder, Lecturer in Zoology, Bangor University • conversation
April 9, 2020 ~7 min

Tags:  evolution  primates  palaeontology  monkeys  non-human-primates  palaeobiology

How zoos must change to keep great apes safe from coronavirus

People can still learn a great deal about these mammals while keeping a safe distance.

Lesley Elizabeth Craig, PhD Researcher, University of Stirling • conversation
April 1, 2020 ~6 min

Tags:  conservation  primates  chimpanzees  zoonotic-diseases  zoos  gorilla  great-apes  zoonotic-viruses

Coronavirus: experts in evolution explain why social distancing feels so unnatural

The evolution of the strong human bond.

Vivien Shaw, Lecturer in Anatomy, Bangor University • conversation
March 25, 2020 ~7 min

Tags:  evolution  social-media  covid-19  coronavirus  society  primates  social-distancing  non-human-primates  relationships

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