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Raymond Vagell (Prancing Papio)
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Author of The Prancing Papio (@PrancingPapio)
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Experience My Color Vision Research and The Duke Lemur Center In Virtual Reality On Google Expeditions
I am really excited to share with you this amazing news! Three of the Google Expeditions that I worked on over the past year is now live! Just in time for World Lemur Day! You can now go on a virtual tour " Can Ruffed Lemurs See Red?"  to watch me do my lem...
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I Graduated!
Dear readers. I have finally defended my Masters thesis and graduated from the Animal Behavior and Conservation (ABC) program at Hunter College. It has been a long and winding road but I am very glad that this chapter of my life is over. Thanks to those tha...
I Graduated!
I Graduated!
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Using Positive Reinforcement to Assist With Lemur Research: "50 Years of Lemurs at Duke" Exhibit
Were you able to check out the "50 Years of Lemurs at Duke" Exhibit In Duke University Perkins Library  at Duke University? As I have mentioned here before, my lemur color vision research was featured in the "current research" exhibit as well as in an inter...
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New Year, Same Research
Happy Lemur New Year! Hope everyone had a great holiday and a new year. I spent Christmas and New Year in London and it was wonderful. I really needed the time off in my motherland. I'm excited that I finally had time to check out London Zoo (ZSL) . They ha...
New Year, Same Research
New Year, Same Research
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My Research Is Featured On "50 Years of Lemurs at Duke" Exhibit In Duke University Perkins Library #Duke50
The "50 Years of Lemurs at Duke" exhibit at Duke Perkins Library opened on October 27th, 2016 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Duke Lemur Center. This exhibit, curated by Duke Lemur Center staff, features 50 years of Duke Lemur Center research and conse...
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I've Been Busy: NEEP and Departmental Talk
I gave a poster presentation at Northeastern Evolutionary Primatologists (NEEP) earlier this month, held at Hunter College. It's my first time at NEEP and it's nice to see my regional colleagues. And yes, that's a "floating tablet". Command Strips are great...
I've Been Busy: NEEP and Departmental Talk
I've Been Busy: NEEP and Departmental Talk
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Bon Voyage, Magellan!
We said goodbye to Magellan this week as he transitioned into the next chapter of his life at Dickerson Park Zoo --- fatherhood (hopefully!). I can't wait to see him in his new environment so hopefully one of these days, I'll plan a trip out to Springfield,...
Bon Voyage, Magellan!
Bon Voyage, Magellan!
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I Presented A Poster On SMARTA And Ruffed Lemur Color Vision At #DLC50
When you show up and your outfit and hair matches your poster and table. #OnFleek My poster for Duke Lemur Center 50th Anniversary Scientific Symposium is now available online. Please click here.  Thank you Duke Lemur Center for inviting me to present my re...
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Duke Lemur Center Celebrates 50 Years Of Awesomesauce and Totes Amazeballs Research #DLC50
Early last week, Duke Lemur Center celebrated its 50 year anniversary with a Scientific Symposium and Gala. Originally called Duke University Primate Center, it was renamed to Duke Lemur Center to reflect its scientific mission and, well, the fact that most...
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Duke Lemur Center Celebrates 50 Years Of Awesomesauce and Totes Amazeballs Research #DLC50
Early last week, Duke Lemur Center celebrated its 50 year anniversary with a Scientific Symposium and Gala. Originally called Duke University Primate Center, it was renamed to Duke Lemur Center to reflect its scientific mission and, well, the fact that most...
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