Apes Like Us
The Apes Like Us YouTube channel is the visual heart of our great apes education outreach. It has the opportunity to reach millions of global viewers with a visually powerful message about the value and importance of great apes surviving on our planet. Our channel is suitable for views of all ages and backgrounds.
Greater Awareness for our Great Apes
With Apes Like Us, you’ll explore different facets of primate conservation and experience the stories of unique individual apes as they are rescued from the illegal pet trade, poaching and other heart wrenching scenarios. We’ll take you to different primate sanctuaries and introduce you to some of the courageous conservation heroes and communities working to protect primates around the world. We’ll discuss great ape ecology, ethology, geography, and much much more to help highlight some of the wonder of our closest genetic relatives. Find out more about the four other great apes and the threats they face with our Primate of the Month newsletter below!
Our facebook is not only geared towards stunning visuals of apes and primates, but also to share articles and spark discourse about the plight of primates around the world and other environmental situations which impact their survival. Join this conversation here!
Primate of the Month Newsletter
Don’t miss out on your chance to sign up to Apes Like Us‘s Primate of the Month Newsletter. Each month we’ll deliver information, film clips and striking images of our chosen primate species that month. With primate populations plummeting around the world, there’s no better time to discover some of the wondrous species on our planet.
Apes Like Us Updates
November Primate of the Month: Red-Capped MangabeyRed-Capped Mangabey The red-capped mangabey (Cercocebus torquatus) may go by other names, such as the collared or white-collared mangabey, but there's certainly no mistaking their distinct crimson caps, fluffy white...
October Primate of the Month: Mantled Guereza (Colobus)Mantled Guereza These peculiar-looking members of the colobus family can be spotted easily as they travel through the trees. With eight subspecies found throughout Equatorial Africa, there's plenty to appreciate...
Talking Apes is our newest series on our Apes Like Us YouTube channel connecting you to the people and events that matter most to apes like us. Every month Talking Apes brings you a conversation with primatologists and conservationists, filmmakers and writers, rescue...