Contact UsAmanda Will

My name is Amanda Will and I am a sophomore at the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse. I am studying for a biology major with a biomedical concentration and a statistics minor. I am also Pre-Medicine. I wrote the Habitat and Adaptation pages. I also contributed to the Classification page. I really enjoyed this project because I learned a lot about the Dusky Leaf Monkey and how to create a website!

Hello! My name is Dana Hungness and I am currently attending the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse. I am a freshman and studying biology with a biomedical concentration, hopefully toPicture of Dana become a doctor one day! I worked on the Life History/ Reproduction and Interactions with other Species. I also contributed to the Classification page. This project, really tested my procrastination study ethic, but with lots of help from my partner and the computer tech support here at school, we accomplished our page with time to spare!




We wrote this website for our Organismal Biology class (BIO 203). Our lecture instructors were Dr. Gretchen Gerrish and Dr. Todd Osmundson, and our lab instructor was Dr. Anita Baines. We first chose the Dusky Leaf Monkey because it is very cute and we wanted to learn more about this organism, because its natural habitat is so far away from us. If you're interested in other cute monkeys, check out these pages: Pygmy Marmoset and the Rhesus MonkeyAggressive Dusky Leaf Monkey bearing its teeth







Figure 1. Aggressive looking Dusky Leaf Monkey