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On the path of the endangered Snub-Nosed monkey

Sherlock Holmes said “the little things are infinitely the most important” and that “without data, he could presume nothing”. In this vein, a Chinese-French team has documented the distribution of the Yunnan Snub-Nosed Monkey indices in space and time in the XiangGuQing mountain forest, China, between 2500 and 4130 m of altitude.

Direct observation and sampling of elusive species of conservation concern can be difficult due to technical and ethical reasons. However, censuses can be indirect and based on the observation of activity indices such as faeces, gnawed leaves, etc.

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