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  • Research on Distribution Feeding Ecology and Behavior Southern Purple face Leaf Monkey.

The primate research team of the WCSG is continuing the research program on the distribution, feeding ecology and behavior of the Southern Purple-faced Leaf Monkey. This includes the tracking and GPS locating of their distribution, documenting the group feeding behavior and feeding plants. Their social behavior as a troop and individuals is also studied. Up to thirteen troops has been recorded and studied in and around the Galle District during the past eight months.

  • Preparation of a documentary on Sri Lankan Primates.

The target ordinance of this document is the school children, university students and the general public and local and international researches. The document will contain the behavioral habits of the primates in their local habitats and have recommendations to arrest the human monkey conflict.

  • Map showing the distribution of Purple faced monkey troop in and around Galle town Subbed.

 





WCSG Primates team Observing behavior of Southern Purple faced leaf Monkey bear monkey in central mountains



WCSG Primates team Observing behavior of highland bear Monkey in central mountains.



7796- WCSG Primate team tacking mesherments of a Southern Purple face leaf Monkey.



WCSG photographic team tacking photos and filming highland Bear Monkey in central mountains.



WCSG photographic team tacking photos of Southern Purple faced leaf Monkey in central mountains



WCSG photographic team tacking photos of Northern Purple faced leaf Monkey.



WCSG photographic team tacking photos of Gray Langur.