Taking action to preserve them
"The consequences of what we don't do are the most serious".
Madagascar is facing increasing forest fragmentation, requiring urgent exploration of the fragments. The Vohimana reserve offers a unique opportunity to collect data to strengthen conservation and involve the local population.
In situ and ex situ projects with complementary objectives in line with modern, global approaches to conservation. Despite the extinction risks facing its natural populations, no similar study has yet been carried out on Parson's chameleon (Calumma parsonii).
This research project is part of a Master's degree in Biology at the University of Neuchâtel (Switzerland) and aims to study the relationship between chameleon species and plant characteristics in the Vohimana reserve in Madagascar.