Up to one-third of primate species are at risk of extinction worldwide. To explore how changing climate patterns may affect already-threatened primates, biologists from Pennsylvania State University studied how populations of four monkey species in Central and South America respond to El Ni?o, an ocean-atmosphere cycle which influences weather around the globe.
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