Evidence from our closest evolutionary relatives suggests that we might not be the only animals with a sense of gender identity.
A new study warns that most primates in the second-most primate-rich country in Asia could be wiped out by the end of the century.
Squirrel monkeys must contend with habitat loss, decreasing genetic diversity, and the curse of being cute.
A recent study finds a link between deforestation and risk of monkey-transmitted malaria.
As the bushmeat trade drives the Bioko drill monkey toward extinction, some West Africans are realizing these animals are worth more in the woods than on the plate.
Ringtailed lemurs, just like humans, reserve conversation for those they feel more connected with.
We could all learn a thing or two from our close cousin, the bonobo.
As Jane Goodall turns 80, Henry Nicholls talks to her about her remarkable career studying chimpanzee behavior, her animal welfare activism, and accusations of plagiarism in her latest book.