Talking Apes Podcast
Talking Apes Podcast is GLOBIO’s latest initiative to spread awareness about the issues facing apes in the wild. Each month, we’ll be chatting with ape experts, enthusiasts, and conservationists from around to world. From research to outreach, our guests are at the forefront of conservation for our wild primate cousins. Join us each month as we unpack the plight of primates, piece by piece.
Catch up on previous episodes and see our lineup for future segments below, you can also follow us through Apple Podcasts & Spotify!
Upcoming Guests on Talking Apes
June 29th 2021: Dr Rick Quinn, Veterinarian & Founder of Docs4GreatApes
Dr. Rick Quinn didn’t start his career as a wildlife veterinarian seeking to save great apes but one thing led to another and he’s now the co-founder of wildlife vet nonprofit Docs4GreatApes and author/photographer of the upcoming book “Just Like Us” about the wonders of apes. Tune in to hear his story and learn more about his work in the wild!
July 13th 2021: Richard Wrangham, PhD, Primatologist & Founder of Kibale Chimpanzee Project
With decades of experience, including a mentorship under Jane Goodall, Richard Wrangham is a legend in the primate world. His research has delved into a number of topics: aggression, primate ecology, feeding habits, chimp social constructs & much more! We are thrilled to have Richard Wrangham on for this special World Chimpanzee Day episode of Talking Apes!
July 27th 2021: Leif Cocks, Founder of The Orangutan Project
With decades of conservation work with Orangutans under his belt, red ape expert Leif Cocks joins us on Talking Apes to discuss a roadmap to survival for orangutans and their precious habitat. What are some of the solutions to the issues they face? Who are the key players? What will it take to secure a future for these amazing apes?
More about Leif Cocks and The Orangutan Project
August 10th 2021: Dr Rob Shave, Cardiac Physiologist & Founder of the International Primate Heart Project
Exercise several times a week, get in your five fruits and veggies a day, keep your stress down… That’s all it takes to keep your ticker in tip-top shape, right? Along with his team at the International Primate Heart Project, Cardiac Physiologist Dr. Rob Shave and his team are learning just how complex heart health can be for apes in captivity. Join us with this exciting episode of Talking Apes to hear more about his work and its greater implications for captive apes.
Talking Apes Episodes
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More Updates from Talking Apes
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March Pachyderm of the Month: African Bush ElephantThe African Bush Elephant Pachyderms share the spotlight in March Primate of the Month to help GLOBIO celebrate 20 Years of Connecting Species, People, and Planet. Very few animals are as symbolic and widely...