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Aye-Aye Conservation Post 1

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Welcome to the first video on our Aye-Aye Conservation page. This is a talk I gave at the 2015 meeting of the American Society of Primatology in Bend, OR. Please ask questions in the comments below, or email me at cpilbro@nmsu.edu. Thank you for watching and please subscribe so you can see how are efforts progress. Also, please visit our GoFundMe page (http://www.gofundme.com/b7n0eo) to help us save the aye-aye. Sources: Berney et. al. 2004; Goodman and Jangers 2014; Karanth et. al. 2005; Krause, 2010; Http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/news/091001_madagascar; Hurum et. al. 2011; Perry et. al. 2012; Perry et. al. 2013 Please site source any portion of this video narration as: Pilbro, C. D.. (2015). Giant Aye-Aye (Daubentonia robusta) Paleoecology and Biogeographic Range – A proxy for modern aye-aye conservation. https://ayeayeconservation.wordpress.com. Copyright: Aye-Aye Conservation June 28, 2015. All rights reserved. No copyright infringement was intended by the use of the images used in this video.