How I found myself in a Peruvian cloud forest saving endangered monkeys - Life & Culture - Haaretz.com
Trees stand in the rainforest near illegal gold mining camps in an aerial photograph taken above the Amazonian National Reserve buffering zone of Tambopata in Puerto Maldonado, Peru, on Aug. 11, 2015. Dado Galdieri/Bloomberg

How I Found Myself in a Peruvian Cloud Forest Saving Endangered Monkeys

For Dr. Noga Shanee, an Israeli primate researcher and political ecology expert, picking up monkey poop is a dream come true

Talking with: Dr. Noga Shanee, 40, primate researcher and political ecology expert, founder of the nonprofit Neotropical...

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