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Meet Alfredo Hernández Díaz, our new Axolotl EDGE Fellow

There are lots of beautiful and enigmatic places around the world, and most of them are subject of myths and legends. Can you imagine a piece of the ocean in the middle of the desert? Well, this is Alchichica, a beautiful crater lake, in central Mexico, with turquoise crystalline water and white coral like rocks […]

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Species in Pieces is simply breathtaking

Species in Pieces

It’s not everyday you receive an email with a link to an independently created, truly fantastic website that raises awareness of EDGE species in a new fantastic way, acts as a donation campaign and highlights the threats EDGE species face simply and clearly. Even more remarkably – it was all produced by Bryan James, a […]

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Introducing EDGE coral fellow, Robin Ramdeen from Trinidad & Tobago

My name is Robin, I am a ZSL EDGE fellow, mother, daughter, sister, dreamer and sea-lover! If you have been to the seaside and have been lucky enough to swim by a coral reef, then you know how magical it is to discover a new sub-sea world.  The sea is an important part of my […]

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Meet Esteban Brenes-Mora, Baird’s tapir EDGE Fellow

My name is Esteban Brenes-Mora, a Costa Rican biologist and EDGE Fellow. I will be spending the next two years working to conserve the largest neotropical land mammal – Baird’s Tapir (Tapirus bairdii).  As a young biologist, I want to conduct conservation research to improve the decision-making and management processes related to biodiversity conservation. I […]

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Introducing J Kahlil Panopio, Philippine Eagle EDGE Fellow

Whenever someone asks me what I do for a living, I always respond by showing them a picture of a raptor and then go on explaining what my organization and I are doing for the conservation of the species. The usual replies I get after showing them the picture are “Wow”, “That’s a fierce looking […]

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