ESR Project has three divisions:
1] Land Bridges Africa: interdisciplinary approach to studies on primates, rare Knysna elephants, of which less than 30 are known to exist; rare coastal leopard of South Africa thought previously extinct and current numbers unknown.
2] World Flora Project: identification, preservation of plants associated with animal self-medicating behaviors. Specimens are held in greenhouse as they occur in the wild with components made available to phytochemical research if requested - but whole plants reserved.
3] ESR Project: biomedical division. Currently conducting a two year study on the impact of biomedical research on family genetics and lines of primates, starting with the first wild caught animal and following the offspring through generations to the end of the line.
ESR Project is dedicated to resolving, without death as an endpoint to the animal, coexistence issues that arise when human communities clash with wildlife.
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