New Population of Bushbabies Discovered in Northern Kenya

By Yvonne de Jong & Tom Butynski
Posted on the National Geographic Explorers Journal on January 23, 2013

During our research to better define the geographical range of the desert warthog in northern Kenya, we use every opportunity to collect data on other taxa present in this dry and relatively poorly known region. The nights, in particular, provide new and interesting findings…and, this time, we are not talking ‘pigs’ (see our two earlier blogs).

Read the whole post on the National Geographic Explorers Journal ….

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