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Our (almost complete) Lab at the @efppsgb2019!
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(almost all members) at the @efppsgb2019!!
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Primate Conversations
Are back for Michaelmas! Everybody welcome.
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Megan Beardmore-Heard wins best poster! #efp2019
presenting on "Vervet vocal flexiblity in a landscape of (little) fear at Gorongosa National Park"
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Lucy Baehren receives prize for best podium! #efp2019
With her presentation "Saying Goodbye to the methodological conumdrum of studying leave-taking"
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Participants of the Oxford-Gorongosa Paleo-Primate Field School 2019
paleo primate project caving in 2019  photo by piotr nasrecki
Paleo-Primate Project Caving in 2019
Photo by Piotr Nasrecki
Paleo-Primate Project, Gorongosa - Baboon, season 2018. Photo by René Bobe
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Paleo-Primate Project, Gorongosa
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Oxford University & Oxford Brookes are hosting the European Federation of Primatology 2019 & Primate Society of Great Britain Winter meeting
Paleo-Primate Project, Gorongosa - Baboon, season 2018. Photo by René Bobe
Baboon
Paleo-Primate Project, Gorongosa
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Wenner Gren Workshop participants at the Lion House - Gorongosa 2019
wenner gren workshop participants in the new amphitheatre at gorongosa national park
Wenner Gren workshop participants in the new Amphitheatre at Gorongosa National Park 2019
Vervet monkey (Chlorocebus pygerythrus). Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique.
Gorongosa - Mozambique
Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique, represents the last unstudied link in the great African Rift that runs across eastern Africa.
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Our Lab Group in 2019!
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Our Lab at Göttingen for the Gesellschaft für Primtologie - 2019!
our lab at the ips 2018 nairobi
Our Lab at the IPS 2018
PMBE Lab at the 27th International Primatological Society Congress, in Nairobi (Kenya).
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PMBE
Carvalho’s Lab develops research focused on understanding the evolution of human and non-human primate behaviour.
The McGrew-Anderson Library
The McGrew-Anderson Library
Our lab houses an extensive library in the fields of primatology & human evolution.
Joya, a young female chimpanzee, walking bipedally while carrying a pair of stone tools (anvil and hammer). Photo by Jules Doré.
Bossou - Guinea
Since 2006, Susana's research has been focusing on wild chimpanzee stone tool use, in the forests of Bossou and Diecké.
Paleo-Primate Team surveying in Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique
Paleo-Primate Team surveying in Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique.
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