John Sha
John Sha
National Parks Board
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Comparing the effectiveness of metagenomics and metabarcoding for diet analysis of a leaf‐feeding monkey (Pygathrix nemaeus)
A Srivathsan, JCM Sha, AP Vogler, R Meier
Molecular Ecology Resources 15 (2), 250-261, 2015
Macaque–human interactions and the societal perceptions of macaques in Singapore
JCM Sha, MD Gumert, BPYH Lee, L Jones‐Engel, S Chan, A Fuentes
American Journal of Primatology: Official Journal of the American Society ofá…, 2009
Diet, Activity, Habitat Use, and Ranging of Two Neighboring Groups of Food‐Enhanced Long‐Tailed Macaques (Macaca fascicularis)
JCM Sha, G Hanya
American Journal of Primatology 75 (6), 581-592, 2013
Status and conservation of proboscis monkeys (Nasalis larvatus) in Sabah, East Malaysia
CM John, H Bernard, S Nathan
Primate Conservation 23 (1), 107-120, 2008
Status of the long-tailed macaque Macaca fascicularis in Singapore and implications for management
JCM Sha, MD Gumert, BPYH Lee, A Fuentes, S Rajathurai, S Chan, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 18 (11), 2909-2926, 2009
Associations between nutrition, gut microbiome, and health in a novel nonhuman primate model
JB Clayton, GA Al-Ghalith, HT Long, B Van Tuan, F Cabana, H Huang, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-16, 2018
Excretion patterns of solute and different-sized particle passage markers in foregut-fermenting proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus) do not indicate an adaptation for rumination
I Matsuda, CM John, S Ortmann, A Schwarm, F Grandl, J Caton, W Jens, ...
Physiology & behavior 149, 45-52, 2015
Nasalization by Nasalis larvatus: Larger noses audiovisually advertise conspecifics in proboscis monkeys
H Koda, T Murai, A Tuuga, B Goossens, SKSS Nathan, DJ Stark, ...
Science advances 4 (2), eaaq0250, 2018
The Natural History of the Proboscis Monkey
Sha CM, Matsuda I, Bernard H
Natural History Publications (Borneo), 2011
Temporal food resource correlates to the behavior and ecology of food-enhanced long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis)
JCM Sha, G Hanya
Mammal Study 38 (3), 163-175, 2013
Population, diet and conservation of Malayan flying lemurs in altered and fragmented habitats in Singapore
G Agoramoorthy, CM Sha, MJ Hsu
Biodiversity & Conservation 15 (7), 2177-2185, 2006
Benefits of naturalistic free-ranging primate displays and implications for increased human–primate interactions
JS Chih Mun, B Kabilan, S Alagappasamy, B Guha
Anthrozo÷s 26 (1), 13-26, 2013
Population dynamics of the proboscis monkey Nasalis larvatus in the Lower Kinabatangan, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia
I Matsuda, NK Abram, DJ Stark, CM John, M Ancrenaz, B Goossens, ...
Oryx 54 (4), 583-590, 2020
Establishment of a Captive All‐male Group of Proboscis Monkey (Nasalis larvatus) at the Singapore Zoo
JCM Sha, S Alagappasamy, S Chandran, KM Cho, B Guha
Zoo Biology 32 (3), 281-290, 2013
Fecal nutrients suggest diets of higher fiber levels in free-ranging than in captive proboscis monkeys (Nasalis larvatus)
I Matsuda, H Bernard, A Tuuga, SKSS Nathan, J Sha, I Osman, ...
Frontiers in veterinary science 4, 246, 2018
Primate resting postures: Constraints by foregut fermentation?
I Matsuda, CA Chapman, CY Shi Physilia, JC Mun Sha, M Clauss
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 90 (3), 383-391, 2017
Environmental complexity and feeding enrichment can mitigate effects of space constraints in captive callitrichids
JCM Sha, R Ismail, D Marlena, JL Lee
Laboratory animals 50 (2), 137-144, 2016
Comparative diet and nutrition of primates at the Singapore Zoo
JCM Sha, BYT Xue, JLJ Ho, S Chandran, A Amzah, SWY Oh
Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research 3 (2), 54-61, 2014
The influence of kinship and dominance hierarchy on grooming partner choice in free-ranging Macaca mulatta brevicaudus
CF Wu, ZJ Liao, C Sueur, JCM Sha, J Zhang, P Zhang
Primates 59 (4), 377-384, 2018
Estimating activity of Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) using accelerometers
JCM Sha, A Kaneko, N Suda‐Hashimoto, T He, M Take, Z Peng, G Hanya
American journal of primatology 79 (10), e22694, 2017
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