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Kim meeting with a village elder in a rural village while doing research.

On the Ground in Madagascar with Kim Reuter

The capture of live lemurs was so under-quantified I could only find one paper that had explicitly studied it…given that lemurs are considered one of the most endangered vertebrates in the world and that we spend millions of dollars a year protecting them, I felt it was important to figure out some of these details regarding this threat. Whenever people ask me why I originally started working in Madagascar, I don’t usually have a good answer except to say that I […]

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