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Jean-Baptiste Leca, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Department of Psychology

University of Lethbridge

Canada


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JB Leca pretending to be an ecologist in the Prapat Agung peninsula (West Bali National Park, June 2010)
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Sydney Chertoff presenting her MSc research poster at the Northeastern Evolutionary Primatology Meeting  (Sept. 2018, Canisius College, Buffalo, NY, USA)
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JB Leca and Noëlle Gunst during the stone handling data collection on Japanese macaques (Arashiyama-Kyoto, Japan, October 2008) with the local staff (from left to right: Shukei Kobatake, Jun Hashiguchi, Yaeko Sugano, and Shinya Tamada)
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Never too early to start field primatology... (Arashiyama, central Japan, December 2015)
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Monkey-people sharing a fun evening at the best food place in Ubud (IMHO)
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?Daytime work is not enough? (who dared to say something like that?): Camilla Cenni measuring and weighting sampled stones? late in the evening (Ubud home, Bali, June 2018)
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Chloë Wright and Camilla Cenni examining a stone handling artefact (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, May 2018)
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Elenora Neugebauer, Silvana Sita, Jeffrey Peterson, and JB Leca: Four big monkeys on a break (Ubud, Bali, June 2016)
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Montana Hull following 2 long-tailed macaques (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, Sept. 2016)
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Three primatologists -- Noelle Gunst, Lilah Sciaky, and Maya -- going to the field (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, May 2017)
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Three students (Camilla Cenni, Sydney Chertoff, and Chloë Wright) and a monkey (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, May 2018)
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Anna Holzner filming monkeys "over the edge" (Uluwatu, south Bali, October 2015) (photo by Axel Michels)
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Gwennan Giraud, JB Leca, and Fany Brotcorne during a BBC filming of the "robbing/bartering" project in June 2015 (Uluwatu, Bali)
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JB Leca, surrounded by two Japanese macaques, and engaging in stone handling behavior at Arashiyama, Kyoto, Japan (June 2004)
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Noëlle Gunst watching a grooming interaction between 2 Japanese macaques (Arashiyama, central Japan, November 2010)
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Chloë Wright collecting a stone manipulated by a monkey (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, May 2018)
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Lilah Sciaky filming a female long-tailed macaque in the Cemetery area of the Ubud Monkey Forest (Bali, May 2017).  ? "Excuse me, are there monkeys buried here???" ?
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It takes all kinds of skills to do field primatology: Chloë Wright making concrete lids? for the monkeys to break (with stones!) on top of puzzle boxes (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, June 2018)
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Mike Huffman and JB Leca filming stone handling behavior at the Ubud Monkey Forest (Bali, August, 2008)
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We were lucky this year: we had FOUR monkeys at the Ubud Monkey Forest (Bali, May 2017): JB Leca, Maya, Lilah Sciaky, and Noelle Gunst
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Poster presentation at the Meeting of Minds conference (March 2017, University of Lethbridge) L to R: Erin Davis, Tatjana Kaufmann, Lauren Vomberg, JB Leca, and Amanda Pelletier
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Fany Brotcorne collecting field data... or enjoying the view, just like the monkeys (?)  (Uluwatu, south Bali, October 2015) (photo by Axel Michels)
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Lucía Jorge Sales: A field primatologist at work (Uluwatu, Bali, May 2016)
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One of these hard field work days for JB Leca, Elenora Neugebauer, and Silvana Sita (Ubud, Bali, June 2016)
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Yanni Van der Pant and Bess Christie making concrete lids for the "puzzle box" (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, May 2019)
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Noelle Gunst, Maya, a stone handler and a monkey witness at the beginning of a stone handling contagion... (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, May 2017)
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Silvana Sita "chasing" a more elusive monkey (Ubud, Bali, June 2016)
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Lydia Ottenheimer Carrier, JB Leca, Joe Pontecorvo, and Nim Pontecorvo at Jigokudani (central Japan) in November 2012, during the filming of "Snow Monkeys" (PBS Nature), on the local Japanese macaques
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Noëlle Gunst and JB Leca during the stone handling data collection on Japanese macaques (Arashiyama-Kyoto, Japan, October 2008)
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JB Leca and Noëlle Gunst taking a break from the observations at the Arashiyama Monkey Park (around Kyoto, Japan, October 2011)
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Lucía Jorge Sales and Fany Brotcorne collecting data in a forested area of Uluwatu (Bali, May 2016)
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Noëlle Gunst and JB Leca on the platform overhanging the Langoué Baï at Ivindo National Park, Gabon (May 2008)
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Sometimes, you have lots of stones around... but no monkeys (JB Leca in the Teluk Terima temple area, West Bali National Park, April 2010)
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Camilla Cenni zooming-in on a juvenile monkey in the Cemetery area (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, May 2018)
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Bess Christie making concrete lids for the "puzzle box" (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, May 2019)
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Another version of our traditional team picture (Ubud, May 2017): JB Leca, Lilah Sciaky, and Dr. Islamul Hadi (Mataram University, Lombok, Indonesia)
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Silvana Sita, Amélie Kluzinski, and Elenora Neugebauer discussing methodology ? at least that?s what I thought? (Ubud, Bali, June 2016)
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Lilah Sciaky and her favourite monkey: "Coco (left), what will you come up with next?"
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Fany Brotcorne, Silvana Sita, and Lucía Jorge Sales (Uluwatu, Bali, May 2016)
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JB Leca and Noëlle Gunst scrupulously following Gabonese people's advice about mosquito-repellent headbands at Ivindo National Park, Gabon (May 2008)
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Lilah Sciaky and a monkey at Ubud Monkey Forest (Bali, May 2017)
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Silvana Sita, JB Leca, I Nyoman Buana (Manager of the Ubud Monkey Forest), Amélie Kluzinski, and Elenora Neugebauer visiting the Sangeh Monkey Forest (Bali, June 2016)
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Noelle Gunst, Maya, and a monkey (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, May 2017)
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Bess Christie and Yanni Van der Pant doing quadrat-based sampling of stones (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, May 2019)
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JB Leca collecting data in the Teluk Terima temple area (West Bali National Park, March 2010)
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Sydney Chertoff filming a female focal subject on an unusual playing field (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, May 2018)
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Camilla Cenni and Bess Christie around a "puzzle box" (covered by the bin) and accompanied by a prospective/eager stone tool user in the background (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, June 2019)
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Shinya Tamada teaching Japanese children about Japanese macaques (Oct. 2008)
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1 Macaca fascicularis ("Who's this one, Nora?") and 3 Homo sapiens: Silvana Sita, Elenora Neugebauer, and JB Leca (Ubud, Bali, June 2016)
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Shawn Philbert (Forestry Officer) and JB Leca speaking about the mona monkey project with an elementary school teacher and her pupils (and Maya!) in the Grand Etang National Park (central Grenada, West Indies) in April 2014.
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JB Leca, Grand Etang National Park, Grenada (April 2014)
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Two field primatologists at work: Fany Brotcorne and Anna Holzner (Uluwatu, south Bali, October 2015) (photo by Axel Michels)
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Noëlle Gunst walking among Japanese macaques during "nap/grooming time" (Arashiyama, central Japan, November 2010)
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Grazing monkeys in the foreground and primatologists (Fany Brotcorne and Lucía Jorge Sales) in the background (Uluwatu, Bali, May 2016).
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Noëlle Gunst in the Teluk Terima mangrove (West Bali National Park, May 2010) ... with 2 long-tailed macaques in the background (can you spot them?)
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JB Leca and Noëlle Gunst taking a break from interviewing visitors for the community-based conservation project (Grand Etang National Park, Grenada, January 2020)
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Noëlle Gunst and JB Leca taking a break from "capuchin monkey research" on top of the Voltzberg, Central Suriname Nature Reserve (September 2001)
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Noëlle Gunst trying to maintain her composure and collect behavioral data while a brown capuchin monkey ("Ernesto") is fooling around (Raleighvallen NP, Suriname, June 2003)
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Mona monkeys, Grand Etang NP (2019)
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Two adult male mona monkeys (including "George" on the left), Grand Etang NP (2019)
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