Uganda's Kibale forest is such a hotspot for primate research that when our group of 40 biologists arrived this August to study ants (=definitely not primates!) we received some strange looks. Why look at insects when the trees are full of a dozen monkey species?
That insects are, in fact, waaaaayyy more interesting than monkeys is a topic for another post. Instead, I'd like to share a few primate shots I managed to capture in the off-moments between photographing Kibale's bugs.