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“Without Peace, There is No Conservation”-SDAP, MINFOF

“Our role as conservators is to send them (those taking refuge in forests as a result of the current Anglophone crisis) out of any protected areas, but as humans, we understand that they are like refugees and during crises, conservation … Continue reading

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World Pangolin Day; Sports, Social Media Used to Save Worlds Most Trafficked Mammal

Cameroon last February 17, 2018 joined the international community to commemorate this year’s edition of the World Pangolin Day observed under the theme: Pangolins are the pride of Central Africa and are increasingly being trafficked to Asia. In Cameroon, the … Continue reading

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Author Calls for Sanity in Cameroon Media Landscape

One of Cameroon’s contemporary authors in journalism, Derick Nkeh Ndimuh, has made a passionate appeal for the restoration of sanity within the Cameroon media landscape. Speaking during the launch of his second book “Professional Journalism: Training and Practice in Cameroon” … Continue reading

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Unwavering Feel of Lake Oku, Its Historic Clawed Frog and Myths

Besides being the only known habitat of the critically endangered Xenopus longipes (Lake Oku Clawed Frog) which is exclusively aquatic, and Phrynobatrachus njiomock (the Puddle Frog), Lake Oku is obsessed with rare plants and incredible dragon flies, aquatic invertebrates and … Continue reading

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Gov’t Should Take Advice from Professionals-Prof, Chuyong.

“I think it is high time the government takes advice from professionals because if I propose to the government that look at this aspect which is not being covered, will it be taken on board?” Prof. Chuyong George, the Head … Continue reading

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Illegal Wildlife Trade Growing With Increasing Fight!

Last Monday October 24, 2016, Some123 elephant tusks and 350Kg of Pangolin scales were interceded at Tiko Warf by the South West Regional Delegation of Forestry and Wildlife on transit to the international market. Though no information was gotten as … Continue reading

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FACTUATL RECALL; A must Read…….Coming Soon!

A History and General Knowledge Handbook With Rare Facts and Figures  The book in its maiden edition stands out distinctively as a catalog for quick recall of facts in the history of Cameroon, Africa and world featuring important dates, events, … Continue reading

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