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African Primates at Home
Several species of monkeys and apes; includes photos and audio.
Seaworld fact sheet on chimpanzees.
The Chimpanzee Zone
"Aims to provide information on the welfare and conservation of chimpanzees."
Chimps Incorporated
Meet Topo, Patti, and Kimee, three chimpanzees that reside at Chimps Inorporated which "is [a] private sanctuary... [that] offers a recuperative and retirement situation for chimpanzees to live out their lives in dignity."
Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund
About Us, Our Approach to Conservation, Biography of Dian Fossey, Our Board & Staff, How to Help, Jobs & Research, Kids Page, Karisoke Research Center, Library of Sights and Sounds, Mountain Gorilla Profiles, and News Flash.
Discovery Online -- Animal Cams: Orangutan Cam
Four different live views of the orangutans which are participating in a symbolic language project at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C.
Seaworld fact sheet on gorillas.
The Gorilla Foundation
"The Gorilla Foundation was established in 1976 to promote the protection, preservation and propagation of gorillas. Project Koko, a primary focus of The Gorilla Foundation, involves teaching a modified form of American Sign Language to two lowland Gorillas, Koko and Michael." News & events, Gorilla, Foundation, Koko for Kids, and more.
Gorillas Online
"Gorillas Online covers a wide variety of information and original photographs of gorillas. The Natural History section now includes new information on the population and distribution of gorillas in the wild." Site includes section on, Gorilla News, Gorilla Gallery, Natural History, Conservation, Research, FAQ, References, and Links.
Monkey Madness
All sorts of serious and fun monkey information.
Seaworld fact sheet on orangutans.
Primate Gallery
Primate photos, illustrations, paintings, list of 234 species of living primates including links to images, Primate Vocalizations, References, Links, and more.
Primates Online
"The Kids Club is designed to link children from all over the globe to make a difference in the lives of primates. The site is dedicated to the conservation and welfare of primates. We designed the site to link the large community of websites regarding primates into one central location so that the general public, scientists, students and friends could maximize their use of the resources."