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Nominees FFN Awards 2019!

Nominees FFN Awards 2019!

The nominees of the Future For Nature Awards 2019 have been selected! After some very tough decisions, we have found 8 conservation heroes! We proudly present to you:

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The unique genetic adaptation of the Himalayan wolf

The unique genetic adaptation of the Himalayan wolf

Geraldine (FFN Award winner 2018) and her team are delighted to present their latest research study. They present the genetic data that the team has collected on several research expeditions in three study areas in the Nepalese Himalayas.

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From Primates to Marine Life

From Primates to Marine Life

Since Els van Lavieren won the Future For Nature Award in 2010, she moved from the Barbary macaque project in Morocco to a new project in Suriname. Here is a small update she sent us:

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The discovery of a new species!

The discovery of a new species!

Some very exciting news came from FFN winner 2016 Matt Shirley who discovered the Central African slender-snouted crocodile (Mecistops leptorhynchus)! The crocodile turned out to be hiding in plain sight, as one species proved to be two species.

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Spanish Wildlife Criminal Arrested in Guinea

Spanish Wildlife Criminal Arrested in Guinea

WARA led by Charlotte Houpline is part of the EAGLE community of activists founded by Ofir Drori, FFN Award winner 2011, and they recently arrested Carlos Corces Bustamante, a Spanish wildlife criminal.

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New Vet Clinic for Pangolins!

New Vet Clinic for Pangolins!

Recently Thai Van Nguyen, winner of the FFN Award 2016 and executive director of Save Vietnam’s Wildlife celebrated the fourth anniversary with his team. What started off with Thai’s mission to save the pangolins has now grown to a team of over 40 people.

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Ghana sets aside 847 acres of land to protect endangered frogs

Ghana sets aside 847 acres of land to protect endangered frogs

Ghana has legally established a protected area for endangered frog species in the country. Though there are a few protected areas for all manner of species, this is the first one for frogs in Ghana and many other parts of Africa. The area comprises 847 acres of land located in the Ho West District of the Volta region.

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