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The days of Sunshine: Raising an orphaned baboon in Africa, Part II

By Robin Huffman, Safina Center Fellow Sunshine came into my life one January day in 2013. I was volunteering for the fifth time at Ape Action Africa in Cameroon, nestled in Mefou’s secondary-growth forest an hour from Yaounde, the capital. The primate… Read More
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The days of Sunshine: Raising an orphaned baboon in Africa

By Robin Huffman, Safina Center Fellow Sunshine came into my life one January day in 2013. I was volunteering for the fifth time at Ape Action Africa in Cameroon, nestled in Mefou’s secondary-growth forest an hour from Yaounde,… Read More
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Revisiting history and the fate of the elephant: Excerpts from a 1992 book

By Katarzyna Nowak, Safina Center Fellow The Fate of the Elephant, a book by Douglas Chadwick, reads like it was written today. “History can be a study in irony,” Chadwick wrote. His book—commissioned by National Geographic—was published in 1992… Read More
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