Primate Hunting

Hunter with bushbabystork. Hadza tribesman with a dead bushbaby and monkeys. The Hadzabe are a hunter-gatherer tribe that live in north-central Tanzania. They number around 1000, although only between 300 to 400 still live as full-time hunter-gatherers. Photographed near Lake Eyasi, Tanzania.

The hunting of primates, for sport and/or for subsistence, is a major threat to many primates.

Group members

Carolyn Jost Robinson

Amani Kitegile

Angela Maldonado

Christopher Shaffer

Edward D Wiafe

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