Friday, Mar 7, 2014
Sierra Club Meeting - Cute, Furry and Venomous: Toxic Primates of Borneo
Date(s) & Time(s)::
May 9, 2013 at 7:00 PM
Location: 217 East Main Street, Carbondale, IL
Presenter Dr. Susan M. Ford is Professor of Anthropology and Associate Dean and Director of the Graduate School at SIU. She is from upstate New York , received a BS in Biology from Roanoke College , Virginia , and a PhD in Anthropology from University in Pittsburgh . Most of her research is on the monkeys of South and Central America .Return to event list.
Susan Ford and her colleagues have discovered and described a new species of slow loris (a nocturnal primate) from Borneo . They are cute, furry, and venomous.
It is FREE and open to the public. Parking and entrance are at the rear, off Monroe and Marion Streets, across from Rock Hill Baptist Church .
Sponsored by the Sierra Club, Shawnee Group.
Wind: 5 MPH
Humidity: 70 %