By Sarah Wolfensohn
Guide of Primate Husbandry and Welfare covers all facets of primate care and administration either within the laboratory surroundings and in zoos. From the welfare and ethics of primate captivity via to housing and husbandry structures, environmental enrichment, dietary necessities, breeding matters, primate ailments, and extra details on transportation and quarantine court cases, this publication offers a very entire consultant to strong husbandry and administration of primates. Designed to be a realistic box handbook, the authors current the cloth utilizing lists, tables and illustrations to elucidate most sensible practice.Representative species are coated – from marmosets via to macaquesOne of the 1st books devoted to the care of primates in captivityWritten by way of authors with decades of expertise operating with primatesSuitable for these operating with primates in both laboratories or zoos
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FURTHER RESEARCH NEEDED While a good deal is known about the needs of non-human primates in captivity, there are a number of aspects where more scientifically validated information would be welcome to supplement the experience on which the present recommendations are largely based. Little is known of the effects of transportation on primates (Wolfensohn 1997). While it may seem ideal for primates to be bred in Europe, breeding in source countries has some advantages for the animals. These advantages, however, need to be balanced against any stress the animals may be subjected to as a result of the additional transportation.
Analysis of activity budgets in the wild has shown that more time is given to this activity than to any other (Lindburg 1991). Free-ranging primates spend a lot of time collecting and eating food, not just to satisfy their physiological needs but also because this is important in the behavioural and social life of primates. In captivity, providing food removes the need to forage to survive, and food tends to be presented to a predictable schedule. It is better to provide small portions less predictably to satisfy the animal’s behavioural needs than to provide large portions primarily to satisfy the energy requirements.
Engineering controls relate to use of air flows, filters, double-access door barriers, cage design, use of crush backs and catching tunnels and covers on electrical outlets where water is in use. 3. Work practices depend on adequate employee training. The first element of safe working practice is personal hygiene and primate workers should be provided with dedicated work clothing that is left at the facility. Frequent, regular and thorough hand washing should be encouraged and use of modern hand-cleansing units will reduce the incidence of any associated dermatitis.
Handbook of Primate Husbandry and Welfare by Sarah Wolfensohn