15 Apr '11, 10pm

Read about the banded leaf monkey in Today newspaper, today!

SINGAPORE - A picture on Facebook was all a group of National University of Singapore (NUS) students had as they began efforts to find the carcass belonging to a rare species of monkey. The photograph was of a banded leaf monkey - there are only about 40 of these animals here - which had apparently been killed in a road accident. The students were alerted to the photograph by their lecturer and locating the carcass would have enable them to retrieve its DNA for research. After initial attempts to get a cleaning services contractor to find the carcass turned up short, Ms Andie Ang, 26, and five other graduate students rushed at night to the accident site along Upper Thomson Road. They combed the area, using the light from their mobile phones. But, alas, the carcass could not be found. Said Ms Ang: "Motorists must have been wondering what we were doing - walking up and down ...

Full article: http://www.todayonline.com/Singapore/EDC110416-0000281/Fr...

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