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Estimating the prey population of tigers in the Barandhabar Corridor

Estimating the prey population of tigers in the Barandhabar Corridor

The EDGE Fellows training course has now finished (and a fantastic time was had by all!) but we’ve still got lots of exciting stories to share with you. As part of their mini-project assignments, each of the participants wrote a blog – most about their experiences whilst carrying out the mini-projects but some more generally […]

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Species of the Week: Saola

Species of the Week: Saola

One of EDGE’s top priority species is the saola; a shy and secretive mammal found in Vietnam and Lao PDR that many people have never even heard of. It’s rarity and unusually long horns have led many people to often referred to the saola (Pseudoryx nghetinhensis) as the “Asian unicorn.” Surprisingly, the species was completely unknown […]

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