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Review: Chester Zoo Lanterns Parade 2018

Cheshire Live - Dec 1, 2018
They have teamed up with Wild Rumpus to produce this year's parade which features a brand new route, new animals including sun bears, cheetahs and mandrills (as well as some of the old ones), and nine amazing spaces to explore, each with a different ...

How recycling your cellphone at the Houston Zoo can save gorillas

CultureMap Houston - Nov 15, 2018
Coltan is destructively mined in central Africa, which is where animals like gorillas, chimpanzees, mandrills, and okapi live. By recycling cellphones, you can help these animals and others by reducing the demand for new materials. You can see two ...

Mandrills use olfaction to socially avoid parasitized conspecifics

Science Advances - Apr 7, 2017
Mandrills are group-living Old World monkeys living in dense equatorial rainforests and facing intensive parasite pressures in their natural habitat (17). As in other primates, allogrooming is a highly valuable social tool, buffering social competition ...

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Wild Mandrill Monkeys Encounter in Lekedi, Gabon.

Rencontre avec un groupe de Mandrills sauvages au coeur de la jungle équatoriale gabonaise à Lekedi.

Mandrills in the Congo

Scene from the feature documentary of the Jane Goodall Institute: Mandrills a Second Chance. Music Composed by: Guido Consoli.

Mandrills - Very Colorful Monkeys

Mandrills are one of the most funniest animals in the world. The mandrill (Mandrillus sphinx) is a primate of the Old World monkey (Cercopithecidae) family, that ...

Skin & Bones - Animal Life: Mandrill

Male Mandrills are the largest and most strikingly colored monkeys in the world. These forest dwelling monkeys travel in large troops that can top 800 individuals ...

Mandrills doing what monkeys do!

Two Mandrills at Paignton Zoo getting down to some business before his missus gives him the brush off.