The Animal Neighbours Project
Dr Sharmini Julita Paramasivam, Veterinarian; Senior Academic at the University Of Surrey, Founder & Project Lead; The Animal Neighbours Project
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As forests and natural spaces shrink, and human activities increasingly expand and encroach on wildlife habitats, human-wildlife conflicts and interactions are practically inevitable. It's a complex issue, but the key is to look for balanced solutions to co-exist, and The Animal Neighbours Project is a community based project that uses research and education to mitigate human wildlife conflict in urban areas in particular. We find out more from veterinarian Dr Sharmini Julita Paramasivam, who is also a senior academic at the University of Surrey and the Founder & Project Lead of The Animal Neighbours Project.
Image credit: The Animal Neighbours Project
Produced by: Juliet Jacobs
Presented by: Juliet Jacobs
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Tags: the bigger picture, earth matters, human-wildlife conflict, human-wildlife interaction, human-wildlife interface, human-monkey conflict, Animal Neighbours Project, macaques, community solutions, human-wildlife conflict mitigation, animal behaviour, urban wildlife, habitat loss,