Nick Malone from the School of Social Sciences at the University of Auckland talks about his big question, “How do we apply what we know about ape behaviour and ecology to conservation practice?”

Malone is an anthropologist with a broad interest in the social and ecological lives of primates, especially those of apes and humans. Specifically, he seeks to understand how the observed patterns of variability within and between taxa are simultaneously shaped by, and act as shaping factors of, evolutionary processes.

Nick Malone is a Senior Lecturer in Anthropology at the University of Auckland. He is an expert in primate behaviour, ecology and conservation.


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