Duration: 3 hours
Breeding programmes for captive primates aim to create diversity on the genetics part of a population of that species, whether it’s for a specific region or for captive environments elsewhere. Breeding programmes tend to be selective on the traits, health, pedigree and history of the animal they are specifically looking for. Learn about breeding programmes for managing the conservation of primates, which will create a pool of genetic diversity within a population, whether it’s for a specific region or for captive environments elsewhere.
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