Mozambique Protects Lake Niassa's Wealth of Species

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Mozambique Protects Lake Niassa's Wealth of Species

Post by Bojan Dolenc » Mon Jun 13, 2011 8:01 am

Change in habit, producing change of function, is the main cause of the production of change in living structure. F. Wood Jones (1953) Trends of life

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Post by Pam Chin » Mon Jun 13, 2011 9:49 pm

Yes, I saw that, I wonder how that is all going to work out? I very glad to hear they are at least trying to get something in place.

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Post by malawicarsten » Wed Feb 15, 2012 4:26 am

I was in Metangula 2010 to look at cichlids and saw the WWF people training locals at the old airstrip there.
http://maps.google.dk/maps/ms?msid=2013 ... 8,0.019205

That time I didn't have time to have a talk with them or head of military there. Only spoke with mayor (word?) of Metangula.
So they are starting something...

Hope to get a chance to talk with them on next trip there, hopefully should be this year.

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