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Primates Collection

Background imagePrimates Collection: Australopithecus afarensis (AL 288-1) (Lucy)

Australopithecus afarensis (AL 288-1) (Lucy)
A partial skeleton (nicknamed Lucy) of Australopithecus afarensis found at the Hadar, North East Ethiopia in 1974 by Donald Johanson

Background imagePrimates Collection: Proconsul africanus

Proconsul africanus
An illustration of the extinct primate, Proconsul africanus. Like Dendropithecus, they mostly lived in tropical forests in East Africa during the Miocene about 50 million years ago

Background imagePrimates Collection: Mandrillus sphinx, Mandrill

Mandrillus sphinx, Mandrill
Watercolour and bodycolour by John Keulemans, 1907 Date: 1907

Background imagePrimates Collection: Pedigree of Man

Pedigree of Man
Tab XV from Ernst Haeckel (1879) The Evolution of man: a popular exposition of the principal points of human ontogeny and phylogeny, London: Kegan Paul, 2 v: ill

Background imagePrimates Collection: Guy (1946-1978), a western lowland gorilla

Guy (1946-1978), a western lowland gorilla
Guy the gorilla was one of London Zoos best-loved residents. After his death, he lived on as a display and research specimen at the Natural History Museum

Background imagePrimates Collection: Closeup of a gorilla

Closeup of a gorilla
Unusual Friends - closeup of a gorilla. 1950s

Background imagePrimates Collection: The Lemur

The Lemur
This painting captures the soft textured fur of a lemur, primates native to the island of Madagascar, his long tail is half framing the distinctive face with stark, bright orange eyes

Background imagePrimates Collection: Paris Zoo - Monkeys

Paris Zoo - Monkeys
Jardin d Acclimatation, Paris, France -- the monkey house, surrounded by human visitors. Date: circa 1850

Background imagePrimates Collection: Sulawesi crested black macaque, wearing Christmas

Sulawesi crested black macaque, wearing Christmas hat in falling snow self-portrait created by macaque pressing shutter after camera set-up on a tripod with cable release by photographer

Background imagePrimates Collection: Philippine Tarsier (Tarsius syrichta). typical in a dense secondary tropical rainforest

Philippine Tarsier (Tarsius syrichta). typical in a dense secondary tropical rainforest, Bohol, Philippines. February

Background imagePrimates Collection: Wallaces Orang Utan

Wallaces Orang Utan
Pongo pygmaeus, bornean orangutan specimen. An Alfred Russel Wallace specimen

Background imagePrimates Collection: Paris Zoo - Monkeys

Paris Zoo - Monkeys
Jardin dAcclimatation, Paris, France -- a range of monkeys, including Orangutan and Chimpanzee, with the monkey house at the centre. Date: circa 1850s

Background imagePrimates Collection: Philippine Tarsier

Philippine Tarsier (Tarsius syrichta). Philippines. February. in a typical habitat of undergrowth in a dense secondary tropical rainforest near PTFI (Philippine Tarsier Foundation Incorporated)

Background imagePrimates Collection: Philippine Tarsier hides and rests during daytime

Philippine Tarsier hides and rests during daytime on his perching site (Tarsius syrichta). Philippines. February. in a typical habitat of undergrowth in a dense secondary tropical rainforest near

Background imagePrimates Collection: Alpha -male Proboscis monkey aggressive display

Alpha -male Proboscis monkey aggressive display
Alpha-male Proboscis monkey aggressive display deters other males from his harem (Nasalis larvatus). after feeding at Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary

Background imagePrimates Collection: Proboscis / Long-nosed MONKEY

Proboscis / Long-nosed MONKEY (Nasilis larvatus)

Background imagePrimates Collection: Philippine Tarsier with a butterfly

Philippine Tarsier with a butterfly (Tarsius syrichta). in undergrowth of a dense secondary tropical rainforest near PTFI (Philippine Tarsier Foundation Incorporated)

Background imagePrimates Collection: Proboscis / Long-nosed MONKEY - side view of face

Proboscis / Long-nosed MONKEY - side view of face (Nasilis larvatus)

Background imagePrimates Collection: PHILIPPINE TARSIER - baby in tree

PHILIPPINE TARSIER - baby in tree (Tarsius syrichta). Bohol Island, Philippines

Background imagePrimates Collection: MOUSE LEMUR - eating Banana

MOUSE LEMUR - eating Banana (Microcebus rufus). Madagascar

Background imagePrimates Collection: Olive Baboons - Playing on a tree

Olive Baboons - Playing on a tree (Papio anubis). Ruaha National Park - Tanzania - Africa

Background imagePrimates Collection: Philippine Tarsier rests during a day in bamboo undergrowth

Philippine Tarsier rests during a day in bamboo undergrowth (Tarsius syrichta). dense secondary tropical rainforest near PTFI (Philippine Tarsier Foundation Incorporated)

Background imagePrimates Collection: Philippine Tarsier hides and rests on his perching site

Philippine Tarsier hides and rests on his perching site (Tarsius syrichta). Philippines. February. in a typical habitat of undergrowth in a dense secondary tropical rainforest near PTFI

Background imagePrimates Collection: Adult male of Proboscis monkey doses in early morning

Adult male of Proboscis monkey doses in early morning
Proboscis monkey - adult male doses in early morning, hanging to a tree (Nasalis larvatus). near Kinabatangan river; Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia; June

Background imagePrimates Collection: Young female Proboscis monkey, wild but relatively

Young female Proboscis monkey, wild but relatively tame, came with its pack from surrounding rainforest to feed at Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary (Nasalis larvatus)

Background imagePrimates Collection: Young female Proboscis monkey (called Adi by sanctuary

Young female Proboscis monkey (called Adi by sanctuary keepers), wild but relatively tame, came with its pack to feed at Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary from rainforest and hangs around

Background imagePrimates Collection: Anatomy - Young chimpanzee

Anatomy - Young chimpanzee
A young chimpanzee or Pygmy as depicted in Anatomy of a pygmy (1751) Source: The anatomy of a pygmy compared with that of a monkey, an ape, and a man : With an essay concerning the pygmies, etc

Background imagePrimates Collection: Homo erectus, Java Man (Sangiran 17) cranium cast

Homo erectus, Java Man (Sangiran 17) cranium cast
Three quarter view of partially reconstructed cranium of Homo erectus Java Man about 700, 000 years old known as Sangiran 17. Discovered by Towikromo in 1969

Background imagePrimates Collection: Homo sapiens, Cro-Magnon man

Homo sapiens, Cro-Magnon man
A model head of Homo sapiens, Cro-Magnon man. Cro-Magnon man, an anatomically modern human lived around 30, 000 years ago in the Dordogne region of France. This model was created by Maurice Wilson

Background imagePrimates Collection: Homo heidelbergensis, Boxgrove Man

Homo heidelbergensis, Boxgrove Man
An artists impression of Boxgrove Man (Homo heidelbergensis) based on fossil evidence discovered at a quarry in Boxgrove, Chichester, W. Sussex

Background imagePrimates Collection: Lemur catta, ring tailed lemur

Lemur catta, ring tailed lemur
Plate 4 from Histoire Naturelle des Singes et des Makis, by Jean-Baptiste Audebert, 1808

Background imagePrimates Collection: Crab-eating macaque Long-tailed macaque

Crab-eating macaque Long-tailed macaque female hangs on a branch end and waits for food to be thrown from boats bank of Grand Riviere Sud-Est river (Grand River South East) June Beau Champ Mauritius

Background imagePrimates Collection: Wallaces Orang Utan

Wallaces Orang Utan
Pongo pygmaeus, bornean orangutan specimen. An Alfred Russel Wallace specimen

Background imagePrimates Collection: A Happy Family

A Happy Family
Plate 13 taken from The Life and Habits of Wild Animals, illustrated with designs by Joseph Wolf, London 1874. Date: 1874

Background imagePrimates Collection: Zoomorph as primate. Art of the Mende ethnic group

Zoomorph as primate. Art of the Mende ethnic group of Sierra Leone. African art. Sculpture on rock. Private Collection. Proc: SIERRA LEONE

Background imagePrimates Collection: Greater Kudu

Greater Kudu. Mana Pools - Zimbabwe

Background imagePrimates Collection: Flying Lemur - gliding

Flying Lemur - gliding. Philippines

Background imagePrimates Collection: Dusky Leaf Monkey

Dusky Leaf Monkey (Trachypithecus obscurus). formerly known as: Presbytis obscurus

Background imagePrimates Collection: ORANG-UTANS - adult and young looking at reflection

ORANG-UTANS - adult and young looking at reflection in mirror (Pongo pygmaeus)

Background imagePrimates Collection: Proboscis monkey - adult male waking up, waiting

Proboscis monkey - adult male waking up, waiting for the sunshine in early morning (Nasalis larvatus). near Kinabatangan river; Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia; June

Background imagePrimates Collection: An adult Pig-tailed Macaque observes the area

An adult Pig-tailed Macaque observes the area from a tree, before the pack would descend on the ground (Macaca nemestrina)

Background imagePrimates Collection: Philippine Tarsier, adult, face covered in hair

Philippine Tarsier, adult, face covered in hair of a large moth it is eating, looks around cautiously (the moths abdomen is in the hand) (Tarsius syrichta). Philippines

Background imagePrimates Collection: Philippine Tarsier, adult, eats a large horned

Philippine Tarsier, adult, eats a large horned beetle, one of its favourite preys (Tarsius syrichta ). Philippines. in dense secondary tropical rainforest near PTFI

Background imagePrimates Collection: Philippine Tarsier, adult

Philippine Tarsier, adult (Tarsius syrichta). Bohol, Philippines. February

Background imagePrimates Collection: Orang-Utans and Long-tailed / Crab-eating macaques

Orang-Utans and Long-tailed / Crab-eating macaques (Macaca fascicularis) - came to feed together on feeding platform (Pongo pigmaeus). at Orang-Utan Sanctuary at Sepilok, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia; June

Background imagePrimates Collection: Female Proboscis monkey with an infant came with

Female Proboscis monkey with an infant came with its pack from rainforest to feed (Nasalis larvatus). at Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary and wait for food; typical in Labuk Bay, Sabah, Borneo

Background imagePrimates Collection: Silvered Langur with an infant (baby-langurs are

Silvered Langur with an infant (baby-langurs are orange-coloured) rests on a tree (Presbytis cristata). near Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary; Labuk Bay, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia; June

Background imagePrimates Collection: Philippine Flying Lemur

Philippine Flying Lemur (Cynocephalus volans). Philippines



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