In search of the world’s least-known crocodile

I jumped up in panic, still hazy from the night before. “What time is it?!” “Oh God, I’m gonna be late! My flight is in 3 hours!! I haven’t even packed!!!” Not the best way to start a project visit. I had ample time to dwell on my idiocy as the tube crawled along the […]

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Age doesn’t matter – Aurelie Hector

“Why was this allowed to happen?” “Why did nobody do anything?” “What are you doing today to prevent this from happening again?” Those were innocent questions that I was asking to my teacher during a class in elementary school. The topic, you may ask, was about the extinction of the dodo. I remember that I […]

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The last of its kind: bringing the boa back from the EDGE

Once upon a time on an island in the Indian Ocean named Mauritius, there were two unique species of snakes belonging to the Bolyeridae family, the Burrowing Boa (Bolyeria multocarinata) and the Keel-scaled Boa (Casarea dussumieri). With human arrival and settlement on this island also came species alien to the island such as the wild […]

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