Angolan colobus monkeys in Rwanda's Nyungwe National Park live in supertroops of several hundred individuals.
However, very little is known about the ecological preconditions (resource abundance and distribution) that allow these primates to live in such extremely large groups and nothing is known about how these supergroups are internally structured.
Our field research is designed to fill this knowledge gap.
Kitabi College of Conservation and Environmental Management
Alex Miller, UWA