UF: Going out on a limb – Life above the forest floor

UF: Going out on a limb – Life above the forest floor

To assess how habitat loss and habitat degradation is impacting reptiles and amphibians, Jesse Borden, a PhD student in the School of Natural Resources and Environment at UF/IFAS, traveled to Kenya to see how these animals are using their habitat in three dimensional space, from the edge to core of the Arabuko Sokoke Forest.

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