Dawn Starin is an honorary research associate at University College London who has spent decades doing anthropological and biological research in Africa and Asia—mostly on primates. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times, the New Internationalist, the Ecologist, the Times of India, Philosophy Now, Christian Science Monitor, Natural History, and numerous other publications.
Posts by Dawn Starin
Tales from Gombe is an intimately illustrated coffee table book created by wildlife photographers Anup Shah and Fiona Rogers. It details the simian soap... Read More
As handsome, beloved Amos lay dying, Daisy did her best to make him comfortable. Daisy seemed to grasp Amos’s situation and, being part of... Read More
No matter how deep I am in the forest, the sounds of humanity seep through, reminding me that the Abuko Nature Reserve in The... Read More