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4000 Mahogany Seeds Collected For Forest Garden

4000 Mahogany Seeds Collected For Forest Garden

Over 4000 seeds of Mahogany (Entandrophragma angolensis), have been collected to make up the fourth layer of ERuDeF’s agroforestry Forest Garden practice in Cameroon. The seeds were collected recently by ERuDeF’s Southwest Agroforestry Coordinator, Adeline Tengem,...
Bringing Tofala Chimps Closer to Man Through Habituation

Bringing Tofala Chimps Closer to Man Through Habituation

Habituation specifically refers to the process of getting animals familiar with people. It is the key to observing and researching primates in the wild. Animals in the Tofala Hill Wildlife Sanctuary are gradually being habituated to humans. According to a recent video...
Why Mount Nlonako Needs Urgent to Gazettement

Why Mount Nlonako Needs Urgent to Gazettement

Mount Nlonako is a key melting pot for Cameroon’s exceptional herptofauna species. Located in the Littoral Region of Cameroon, this Mountain harbours over 93 amphibians species, 10 of which are endemic to the area. There are also 89 reptile species with three endemic...
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