Benjamin Finkel

Benjamin Finkel, who collaborated in the writing and editing of this article, is a recent graduate of Duke University where he studied evolutionary anthropology and environmental sciences. He joined the Owl Monkey Project in 2013 as a research assistant and coordinator in the field, focusing on owl monkey feeding ecology; he is currently applying to graduate school in biological anthropology.

Benjamin Finkel, quien colaboró en la redacción y edición de este artículo, se graduó recientemente en la Universidad de Duke,donde estudió antropología evolutiva y ciencias ambientales. Luego se unió al Proyecto Mirikiná en 2013 como asistente y coordinador de campo, enfocándose en la ecología alimentaria de los monos mirikiná. En la actualidad, se encuentra planificando sus estudios de grado en antropología biológica.

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