COOL IMAGES: Primal Portraits

Science  07 Aug 1998:
Vol. 281, Issue 5378, pp. 747
DOI: 10.1126/science.281.5378.747a

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This grimacing mandrill comes from the Primate Gallery, a collection of hundreds of photos and drawings curated by Tim Knight, a computer imaging expert and biologist in Seattle. Contributed by professional photographers, amateurs, and scientists, the images run the gamut from wild mountain gorillas in a forest to a captive mouse lemur cradled in someone's hand.

The Primate Gallery lists all 234 living species of primates, duly noting the many that are endangered or threatened, and features a detailed write-up on a species about every month. www.selu.com/∼bio/PrimateGallery

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