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  1. Meet the 10 Species ZSL EDGE of Existence and National Geographic Are Working to Prot
  2. Introducing our new 2018 Segré EDGE Fellows
  3. Reforestation at Alchichica: an attempt to secure the future for Taylor’s Salamander
  4. Meet Our New Hawksbill Turtle Fellow ? Daniel Arauz
  5. How to look ten years younger ? our new EDGE website!
  6. Kakapo on the EDGE: the fight to save the world’s weirdest parrot
  7. The Erasmus Darwin Barlow Expedition to Argentina
  8. In search of the world?s least-known crocodile
  9. Conserving the Shoebill in Uganda ? Judith Mirembe
  10. Getting to know the Cebu Flowerpecker ? Andrew Ross Reintar
  11. ZSL EDGE of Existence and National Geographic Launch New Nat Geo Photo Ark EDGE Fello
  12. EDGE Fellows descend on London for the EDGE Leadership Course!
  13. Age does not matter ? Aurelie Hector
  14. Between a Thunderstorm and a Purple Frog!
  15. Searching for the Elusive Cuban Solenodon
  16. The Erasmus Darwin Barlow Expedition to Argentina
  17. In search of the world’s least-known crocodile
  18. ZSL EDGE of Existence and National Geographic Launch New Nat Geo Photo Ark EDGE Fello
  19. Age doesn?t matter ? Aurelie Hector
  20. EDGE Fellows descend on London for the EDGE Leadership Course!
  21. The future of the Hooded Grebe: energy at any cost?
  22. 10 years on the EDGE
  23. EDGE Fellows come to London for Conservation Leadership course
  24. Between a Thunderstorm and a Purple Frog!
  25. Our expedition in Cuba
  26. For the love of Mexico ? Amphibians defeat charismatic species in a conservation cont
  27. Conducting Research in The Misty Mountain Cold Forest of Madagascar!
  28. ZSL EDGE of Existence expedition in Cuba
  29. My Mission To Save The Red Ruffed Lemur From Extinction
  30. Saving the Northern Giant Mouse Lemur in Madagascar
  31. Conserving the Round Island Boa
  32. The Search for the Purple Frog
  33. Introducing ZSL’s new Segré EDGE Fellows
  34. Impending extinction crisis of the world?s primates: why primates matter
  35. Fantastic EDGEy Beasts and Where to Find Them
  36. Lemurs, lizards and leeches
  37. FREE conservation courses are now online!
  38. Success! Tracking The Elusive Sunda Pangolin
  39. 22 Pokémon inspired by rare EDGE species
  40. EDGE Fellows visit London!
  41. Life?s a bleach: climate change threatens the future of corals
  42. Listening to photos ? revealing the hidden world of EDGE species
  43. It’s World Tapir Day! ?Wait, what’s a tapir?
  44. A Filipino-style welcome for the new EDGE Fellows
  45. Introducing Ezgi Saydam, Mediterranean monk seal EDGE Fellow
  46. Introducing Bernard Amakobe, Secretarybird EDGE Fellow
  47. In search of the mysterious Salamander from Alchichica
  48. WE FOUND IT ? EDGE Fellow update from Mea Trenor
  49. Why you should know about World Wildlife Conservation Day
  50. Life in the Dry Chaco: Micaela Camino, Chacoan peccary EDGE Fellow
  51. Mythical EDGE Species: Part 2
  52. Expeditions in unexplored territories of the Philippine King of Birds
  53. Mythical EDGE Species: Part 1
  54. In Search of an Elusive Echidna
  55. Superhero Sunday: The Top 10 Superpowers of EDGE Species Part 2/2
  56. Superhero Sunday: The Top 10 Superpowers of EDGE Species Part 1/2
  57. Coral Reefs: Secret Cities of the Sea
  58. Salamanders on the EDGE: building conservation networks for amphibians in Mexico (Par
  59. Salamanders on the EDGE: building conservation networks for amphibians in Mexico (Par
  60. Fellows to Attend Leadership Training in London
  61. Life on the EDGE: May-June 2015
  62. A Promising Beginning: the first trip to Alchichica
  63. The first African manatee necropsy was conducted in Cameroon!
  64. Mt. Mingan: The Philippine Eagle conservation hub of Sierra Madre
  65. Of Pygmy Sloths and Local Communities
  66. Introducing Mea Trenor, Mistbelt chirping frog EDGE Fellow
  67. What a Wonderful World
  68. Breeding Like Bunnies May Not Be Enough
  69. Meet Kini Ignacio Roesler, our 2015 Hooded Grebe EDGE Fellow
  70. Froggy Went A-Courting
  71. Introducing Micaela Camino, Chacoan peccary EDGE Fellow
  72. Meet Alfredo Hernández Díaz, our new Axolotl EDGE Fellow
  73. Species in Pieces is simply breathtaking
  74. Introducing EDGE coral fellow, Robin Ramdeen from Trinidad & Tobago
  75. Meet Esteban Brenes-Mora, Baird?s tapir EDGE Fellow
  76. Introducing J Kahlil Panopio, Philippine Eagle EDGE Fellow
  77. The 2015 EDGE Conservation Tools Training Course: A land of snakes and statistics
  78. World Pangolin Day 2015
  79. Introducing new EDGE fellow Paul
  80. The life of a Marine Biologist
  81. A conservation success story for Arabuko-Sokoke Forest
  82. Caught on camera: new footage displays extraordinary mating behaviour of EDGE amphibi
  83. Roll with the pangolins to raise awareness of the world’s most trafficked mammal
  84. Logging set to threaten wildlife on Woodlark Island once more
  85. How two weeks in London have supported a lifetime of conservation
  86. The Parrot Society supports EDGE Birds in the Philippines
  87. A Story of Saving Species in the Seychelles (and what happens when you let a sun-star
  88. Discovering feathers in the Philippines
  89. Community stewardship for pangolins in Nepal
  90. Plight of the pangolin: all eight species to move up EDGE list
  91. Combining science and religion to save Ghana?s frogs
  92. EDGE Fellows to visit London
  93. Introducing EDGE Fellow: James Mougal
  94. Species rediscovered after more than 120 years
  95. Who?s heard of the hirola?
  96. Reefs after the earthquake: A snapshot of the Danajon Bank
  97. Every cloud has a silver lining
  98. Axolotl Workshop, Mexico
  99. EDGE Birds have landed
  100. The start of large scale reforestation: increased habitat for the loris
  101. Introducing EDGE fellow Justine Gwegime
  102. World Wildlife Day 2014
  103. Pangolin update from Vietnam
  104. Chinese pangolin Conservation in Eastern Himalayas of Nepal
  105. Make a date with the pangolin
  106. Introducing EDGE fellow: Karla Pelz Serrano
  107. Introducing EDGE fellow Diana Renaud
  108. 2013 EDGE Conservation Tool Training Course ? Becky Shu Chen
  109. First video footage of 2 EDGE amphibians in the Western Ghats, India!
  110. Arm-up for conservation
  111. 1,200 Chinese giant salamanders released into the wild
  112. EDGE champions cycle to China
  113. Hunting for the baby fish
  114. Conserving the ‘shy ladies’ in the rivers of southern Bangladesh
  115. Introducing EDGE fellow Arun Kanagavel
  116. Chinese giant salamander conservation: engagement and questionnaires survey in Xi?an
  117. Pangolin rehabilitation and release update
  118. Funding secured to continue and expand EDGE fellow’s work
  119. The Preliminary CEPA Campaigns towards Chinese Giant Salamanders Were Conducted in Ku
  120. EDGE fellow recognised by American Society of Mammalogists
  121. A coral conservation revolution that is shaping the future of the bahamas
  122. A small population of Chinese Giant Salamander found in Guangxi province
  123. Field survey workshop for the Chinese giant salamander in Fanjingshan
  124. New EDGE mammal arrives at London Zoo
  125. Giving pangolins a voice
  126. Rare mouth brooding frog could possibly be extinct
  127. Conservation of Pangolins given hope at inaugural ?Scaling up Pangolin Conservation?
  128. A flying start to saving pygmy three-toed sloths
  129. Deadly fungus found in caecilians
  130. ZSL win £500,000 Google global impact grant
  131. EDGE Zones – EDGE species mapped for the first time
  132. Returning to the wild!
  133. A brutal killer of the Chinese giant salamander
  134. Unveiling the characteristics of torrent frogs
  135. Protecting Colombia?s Critically Endangered
  136. Turning a childhood hobby into a career
  137. Passion for Pillar Coral
  138. Giant salamander conservation in China
  139. Facing Mount Elgon with great optimism
  140. Coral reef threats: Crown-of-thorns starfish
  141. The ‘freshwater panda’ of China
  142. Combating pangolin trade in Nepal
  143. Introducing EDGE Fellow Shu Chen
  144. EDGE Fellows celebrate International Women’s Day!
  145. Introducing EDGE Fellow Zhou Feng
  146. Big leap forward in breeding of top EDGE frog
  147. Website diary – My Mongolian adventure
  148. Ocean Acidification
  149. World Pangolin Day 2013
  150. Our unknown world
  151. World’s rarest antelope GPS collared for first time
  152. Heat resistant corals: It?s all in the preparation
  153. Negros Interior Biodiversity Expedition – Part III
  154. Coral reef threats: Climate Change
  155. One month through the looking glass
  156. Equipped and ready to go!
  157. Media training? Yes indeed!
  158. Under the Baobab tree
  159. GIRAFFES, ELEPHANTS, WARTHOGS……AND STATISTICS, the ZSL experience in Kenya
  160. Like a Fish to Water
  161. Conservation, Culture and Wildlife
  162. The Species of Attenborough?s Ark
  163. Community Power and Indigenous Knowledge
  164. My introduction to EDGE
  165. Old Country, New Dives
  166. From veterinarian to conservationist: The start of my journey
  167. Creepy Creatures
  168. Expanding Horizons: The Rewards of New Experiences
  169. The Return to the Motherland….or a Conservation Adventure of a Young Biologist, Kenya
  170. Destructive Fishing
  171. Coral Reefs: An introduction
  172. Grace visits ZSL in London
  173. Changing our perception of extrinsic value
  174. Pondering pangolins in Nepal
  175. Raising awareness and restoring the montane evergreen forest for the Horton Plains sl
  176. Collaring the rarest in the region
  177. Open you eyes for Loris awareness week
  178. Launch of New Pangolin Conservation Website
  179. A Safe Haven For The World?s Most Endangered Antelope
  180. The First International Olm Workshop!
  181. Priceless or Worthless?
  182. EDGE is Looking for Two New Interns!
  183. Ambassadors for the Unusual Underdogs
  184. Species of the Week: Amazonian Manatee
  185. Solenodon Joe Says Farewell
  186. Species of the Week: Muzambai Warty Frog
  187. Thanks to You We?ve Raised Over £3,600 for the Pygmy Sloth!
  188. Species of the Week: Indri
  189. In Search of the Pygmy Three-toed Sloth – Part III ? the Results
  190. Create Your Own EDGE Species
  191. Species of the Week: Luschan?s Salamander
  192. A New EDGE Coral Reef Fellow: Grace Quiton
  193. Introducing EDGE Fellow Ambika Khatiwada
  194. EDGE Coral Fellow Ditto Visits London
  195. Health Checks and Radio Collars: Pangolins Get Ready for Release
  196. Species of the Week: African Wild Ass
  197. Camera Traps Find New Locations of Short-tailed Chinchillas in Chile
  198. Species of the Week: Chile Mountains False Toad
  199. Negros Interior Biodiversity Expedition – Part II
  200. Species of the Week: Numbat
  201. First Sumatran Rhino Baby Born in Captivity in Indonesia
  202. Sagalla Caecilian Conservation Makes Significant Progress in Kenya
  203. Species of the Week: Granular Salamander
  204. Sunda Pangolin Project Update from Vietnam
  205. Species of the Week: Sumatran Striped Rabbit
  206. Gabby Wild Does it for the Giant Salamander
  207. The Last Survivors: Busy Times in the Caribbean
  208. Species of the Week: Maned Three-toed Sloth
  209. In Search of the Pygmy Three-toed Sloth – Part II ? The First Sloth
  210. Species of the Week SPECIAL EDITION: Pygmy Three-Toed Sloth
  211. Hydroelectric Developments Threaten the Bullock?s False Toad in Chile
  212. 20 Years on: Saola is Still as Mysterious as Ever
  213. Species of the Week: Western Gorilla
  214. Endangered VS Endangered: Who Do We Fight For?
  215. Highlights from the DESMAN Course 2012
  216. Species of the Week: Vaquita
  217. Negros Interior Biodiversity Expedition ? Part I
  218. Tropical Leeches Are the New Heroes of Conservation
  219. Species of the Week: Sharp-snouted Day Frog
  220. IUCN-SSC Pangolin Specialist Group is Formed as Illegal Trade Increases
  221. A New Book Highlights that ?Life is Good? for Conservation
  222. Species of the Week: Dinagat Bushy-tailed Cloud Rat
  223. A Month in the Life of EDGE Fellow Maria Copa
  224. Long-lost EDGE Species Rediscovered After 40 Years
  225. Researching the Ganges River Dolphin in Bangladesh: a PhD to remember!
  226. Species of the Week: New Zealand Greater Short-Tailed Bat
  227. Translocation may be the Last Chance for Sumatran Rhinos
  228. In Search of the Pygmy Three-toed Sloth ? Part I ? Supplies, Storms & Sebastian
  229. Species of the Week: It’s the Easter Bunny! (also known as the Riverine Rabbit)
  230. Busy Times and Many Visitors ? The Last Survivors Project Update
  231. Tripa: Sumatran Orang-utans versus Palm Oil
  232. Species of the Week: Table Mountain Ghost Frog
  233. Cryptozoology, Extinction and Recovery: Conservation’s Never-ending Battles
  234. Species of the Week: Bactrian Camel
  235. Aardvarks: The Most Evolutionarily Distinct Mammals
  236. Species of the Week: Veracruz Green Salamander
  237. Passion and Fashion: Gabby’s Going ‘Wild’ for EDGE
  238. We Cycled Across the Isle of Wight for EDGE!
  239. Species of the Week: Malagasy Giant Jumping Rat
  240. International Women’s Day: Women on the EDGE
  241. Species of the week: Greater Bamboo Lemur
  242. New Family of Caecilians Discovered
  243. Introducing EDGE Fellow Dušan Jeli?
  244. Leaping Ahead of Extinction
  245. West African Savannah Elephant Massacre
  246. Introducing EDGE Fellow Abdullahi Hussein Ali
  247. Happy World Pangolin Day!
  248. Introducing EDGE Fellow Gregorio E. dela Rosa, Jr (Ditto)
  249. Introducing EDGE Fellow Marcel Talla Kouete
  250. Start the year as you mean to go on