The Lawrence Jacobsen Library built a collection of over 6,500 natural history images depicting hundreds of nonhuman primate species. A selection of these images is available here.
As a taxonomic order, primates show a diversity in size and shape, hair length and coloring, movement and vocal calls that is breathtaking and spectacular. Use the links on this page to experience even the rarest of habitats and the animals inhabiting them.
We’re always interested in donations of high quality images of nonhuman primates, especially for species that are under-represented in our collection. Please contact us if you would like to contribute an image.
All images in the Audiovisual Collection of the Wisconsin National Primate Research Center (WNPRC) are copyrighted under the copyright laws of U.S. Code Title 17. These images may not be duplicated, reproduced, televised or stored for later retrieval in print or electronic format, in whole or in part, without the written permission of the copyright holder.
Other AV Resources
- Primate Videos and Webcams
- Primates in TV and Film
- Audio-Visuals Relating to Animal Care, Use, and Welfare (USDA National Agricultural Library Digital Collections)
- Gallery of Slow Loris Photos (Dr Anna Nekaris’ little fire face project)
- Mammal Image Library (American Society of Mammalogists)
- Primate Studies from the American Museum Congo Expedition (1909-1915) Collection of B&W images; AMNH