The world's largest comprehensive standardized repository to document
incidents of primates killed by vehicular collisions
How to contribute
Any observed incidents of primate roadkill are valuable additions to the GPRD, from singular anecdotal reports, published research and social media posts to large published datasets. Through the Google form below you can contribute your information on primate roadkill, including data on species, location and demography. The more details the better, but any information is useful to create a global picture of the situation. When in doubt about the identification of a primate species, please provide as much information as possible in the form of descriptions or photographs.
How to use it
The goal of the GPRD is to create a valuable tool for primate conservation that is constantly growing. The database is publically accessible for anyone who wishes to use it, provided you give proper credit to its creators. For this please use the reference below:
Praill L, et al. (2023). Road Infrastructure and Primate Conservation: Introducing the Global Primate Roadkill Database. Animals 2023, 13, 1692. https://doi.org/10.3390/ani13101692
If you wish to make use of the data collected by Colobus Conservation in Kenya (under permit number: NACOSTI/P/17/49217/14501) please contact Colobus Conservation (email@example.com).
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