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Lessons Learned from a Lost Manatee

Currently we are at the end of the first year of our project titled Assessing the distribution and threats on the West African manatee in Cameroon. The project is supervised by Aristide Kamla, and its aim is to improve the knowledge of the ecology and health of the West African manatee in Cameroon through field […]

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Introducing EDGE Fellow Marcel Talla Kouete

I’m Marcel and I live in Yaoundé, Cameroon (Central Africa). I have just become an EDGE Fellow and I will be working on a project called ‘Conservation of Cameroon’s Caecilians’. Caecilians (pronounced sa-SILL-i-ens), also called Gymnophiona (from the Greek Gymnos, meaning cryptic), are tropical amphibians that look like large earthworms. Most of them have a […]

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