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Ecology and Conservation Section
"We conduct fieldwork in Japan, Africa, and Southeast Asia to study population dynamics, feeding and behavioral ecology of wild primates and the effect of environmental factors on them. We also study the interactions between primates and other living things and primate conservation ecology." Photo: Japanese macaque siblings huddling together for thermoregulation
Photo: Japanese macaque siblings huddling together for thermoregulation
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YUMOTO, TakakazuProfessoryumoto.takakazu.6w[at]kyoto-u.ac.jp
HANYA, GoroAssociate Professorhanya.goro.5z[at]kyoto-u.ac.jp
HASHIMOTO, ChieAssistant Professorhashimoto.chie.2n[at]kyoto-u.ac.jp