Dittus, Wolfgang Peter Johann (1943-)

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Biographical History

Wolfgang Peter Johann Dittus is Research Associate and Honorary Senior Fellow at the Conservation Ecology Center Institute of Fundamental Studies of the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute. He is also the Chairman of the Association for the Conservation of Primate Diversity with the Smithsonian Primate Research Center (Field Camp) in New Town, Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka. He has developed a research program and conducted field research on primates, especially the toque macaque (Macaca sinica), found in Sri Lanka.

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Curriculum Vitae, Institute of Fundamental Studies (2009). Dittus, Wolfgang Peter Johann, Ph. D. Retrieved June 29, 2017 from http://www.ifs.ac.lk/pdf/dittus%20cv.pdf

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Birth Date

1943

Topic

Zoology

Form/Genre

Personal name

Occupation

Zoologists