Hello from Bangladesh, this Marjan Maria.

Hello from Bangladesh, this Marjan Maria.
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I am Marjan Maria, a young and ambitious wildlife biologist also a proud mom to a baby girl from Bangladesh. I am passionate about conserving the biodiversity of my country and protecting its endangered species. I am particularly interested in the behavioral ecology of primates and herpetofauna.
I have researched the Bengal slow loris, Phayre's langur, hoolock gibbon, and other endangered species in Bangladesh. I have also worked on developing conservation strategies for these species. I am also interested in the impacts of road infrastructure on wildlife. I am currently working on a project to study roadkill in primates and other animals in Bangladesh.
I believe that wildlife conservation is essential for our planet's health and future generations' well-being. I am committed to working to protect the biodiversity of Bangladesh and to ensure that its wildlife can thrive for generations to come. I am eager to learn and grow and passionate about making a difference in the world. I am grateful for the opportunity to work in wildlife conservation and I am excited to see what the future holds.

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Go to the profile of Lara Reden
8 months ago

Welcome to WildHub!

Go to the profile of Marjan Maria Mon
8 months ago

Thank you. 

Go to the profile of Chrissy
8 months ago

Hi Marjan! Welcome to the Wildhub Community

Go to the profile of Marjan Maria Mon
8 months ago

Hi Chrissy! thank you. It is really nice community for any wildlife researchers. 

Go to the profile of Grace Alawa
8 months ago

A warm welcome Marjan, I'm glad you've figured out it's a nice community for Wildlife research, please feel free to explore our resources. 

Welcome Marjan, it's nice to have you here. I am glad to hear your commitment in protecting the biodiversity in your Country. I encourage you to look out for others who are passionate about the same in your local area and share our link with them to join us here, this will lessen the burden of doing it alone because we are all here to bring our expertise and ideas to the table to help each one of us to succeed.