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Axolotl Workshop, Mexico

From March 24th to the 28th 2014, I attended the workshop on “The critically endangered Mexican Axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum) conservation programme: ecological health in practice”. The aim of this workshop was to bring together all the experts working on the Mexican Axolotl to have an update of what has been done towards the recovery and […]

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EDGE Birds have landed

EDGE Birds represent millions of years of unique evolutionary history. They are not only threatened with extinction, but are also highly unique in the way they look, live and behave. ZSL’s EDGE of Existence programme has launched the top 100 EDGE bird list in the hope of bringing much needed attention to these extraordinary and […]

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