Field Frame Friday: Primate Party

Our very own ABGGer, Nalina, observes social interactions among free-ranging macaques at Wat khao Tamon, Petchaburi province in Thailand with the aim to link their social connectedness with their tuberculosis infections. The long-tailed macaque lives in urban areas and is in close proximity to human settlements, which could lead to disease spillover from humans. This special long-tailed macaque is Beary and he just got chased into the water by some other conspecifics.

[Photo and caption by Nalina Aiempichitkijkarn]

[Edited by Maggie Creamer]

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