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Collecting Data for a Paper on Cultural Valuation of Pangolins

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Posted 08 November 2016 - 10:12 PM

I’m working on a paper about cultural valuation/traditional ecological knowledge surrounding pangolins in East Africa: specifically, in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, or Burundi. 
If you have any information on sightings, photographs, field reports, encounter rates, presence/absence data, mythology, local folk beliefs, religious practices, or cultural valuation related to any of the African pangolin species, please reach out!

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2014: Kenya (2 mo)

2015: Namibia (2 mo)

2017: S. Africa (3 mo)

2018: Kenya (4 mo)

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