Just in time for Father’s Day, the project is proud to share some media on our very own owl monkeys and PI, Dr. Eduardo Fernandez-Duque.
Check out this article by Jim Shelton featured on Yale News.
“The world’s finest fathers just might be covered with fur and live in the trees of Argentina. They’re owl monkeys, and a growing body of research indicates that males of the species do much of the nurturing, childrearing, and protecting of offspring. They should be at the top of any Fathers Day list for the animal kingdom, a Yale University biological anthropologist says.” Read the full article here.
Photo by V. Davalos of the Owl Monkey Project