Kinji Imanishi and 60 years of Japanese primatology

@article{Matsuzawa2008KinjiIA,
  title={Kinji Imanishi and 60 years of Japanese primatology},
  author={T. Matsuzawa and W. McGrew},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2008},
  volume={18},
  pages={R587-R591}
}
Summary On December 3 rd , 1948, only three years after the Second World War, Kinji Imanishi (1902–1992) went to Koshima island to study the wild Japanese monkeys. Imanishi was flanked by two young students, Jun'ichiro Itani (1926–2002) and Shunzo Kawamura (1924–2003). This year, 2008, is thus the 60 th anniversary of the founding of primatology in Japan. 
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