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A reintroduction program for the conservation of the black howler monkey in Belize.

Endangered Species Research

Based on: Horwich R.H., Koontz F., Saqui E., Saqui H. & Glander K. (1993)

Abundance, use of space, and activity patterns of white-faced sakis (Pithecia pithecia) in French Guiana

American Journal of Primatology

Based on: Vié J., Richard-Hansen C. & Fournier-Chambrillon C. (2001)

Adaptation to Forest Life During the Reintroduction Process of Immature Pongo abelii

International Journal of Primatology

Based on: Riedler B., Millesi E. & Pratje P.H. (2010)

Biology and behaviour of reintroduced gibbons

Biodiversity and Conservation

Based on: Cheyne S.M., Chivers D.J. & Sugardjito J. (2008)

Can captive-bred Varecia variegata variegata adapt to a natural diet on release to the wild?

International Journal of Primatology

Based on: Britt A. & Iambana B.R. (2003)

Captive gibbons in Thailand and the option of reintroduction to the wild

Primate Conservation

Based on: Eudey A.A. (1991)

Captive-born lion tamarins released into the wild: a report from the field

Primate Conservation

Based on: Dietz L.A. (1985)

Compassionate conservation, rehabilitation and translocation of Indonesian slow lorises

Endangered Species Research

Based on: Moore R.S., Wihermanto S. & Nekaris K.A.I. (2014)

Group release of sanctuary chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) in the Haut Niger National Park, Guinea, West Africa: ranging patterns and lessons so far

International Journal of Primatology

Based on: Humle T., Colin C., Laurans M. & Raballand E. (2011)

Learning from the first release project of captive-bred mandrills Mandrillus sphinx in Gabon


Based on: Peignot P., Charpentier M.J.E., Bout N., Bourry O., Massima U., Dosimont O., Terramorsi R. & Wickings E. J. (2008)

Losses and reproduction of reintroduced golden lion tamarins Leontopithecus rosalia.


Based on: Beck B., Dietz J., Castro L., Carvelho C., Martins A. & Rettberg-Beck B. (1991)

Postrelease Success of Two Rehabilitated Vervet Monkey (Chlorocebus aethiops) Troops in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Folia Primatologica

Based on: Wimberger K., Downs C.T. & Perrin M.R. (2010)

Preliminary evaluation of the reintroduction of a mixed wild-captive group of black lion tamarins Leontopithecus chrysopygus .


Based on: Valladares-Padua C., Martins S.C., Wormell D. & Setz F.E.Z. (2000)

Re-introduction of diademed sifaka (Propithecus diadema) and black and white ruffed lemurs (Varecia variegata editorum) at Analamazaotra Special reserve, eastern Madagascar

Lemur News

Based on: Day S.R., Ramarokoto R.E.A.F., Sitzmann B.D., Randriamboahanginjatovo R., Ramanankirija H., Randrianindrina V.R.A., Ravololonarivo G. & Louis E.E.J. (2009)

Recovery and release of an infant muriqui Brachyteles arachnoides, at the Caratinga Biological Station, Minas Gerais, Brazil

Neotropical Primates

Based on: Nogueira C.P., Carvalho A.R.D., Oliveira L.P., Veado E.M. & Strier K.B. (1994)

Rehabilitation and Release of Chimpanzees on a Natural Island - Methods hold promises for other primates as well

Journal of Wildlife Rehabilitation

Based on: Agoramoorthy G.H.M.J. (1999)

Reintroduction of black howler monkeys (Alouatta pigra) into the Cocksomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, Belize.

Based on: Koontz F., Horwich R.H., Saqui S., Saqui H., Glander K., Koontz C. & Westrom W. (1994)

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