There are about 70 Raffles’ banded langurs in Singapore – a population that may be too small to be genetically healthy.
It is an issue that Dr Andie Ang, a primatologist and president of nature group Jane Goodall Institute (Singapore), wishes more people are concerned about.
In a chat with Eco-Business, Ang shares her approach to conservation advocacy and thoughts on how forest protection can be improved in Singapore.
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