Reducing threats to biodiversity in the Nimba Mountains
The Nimba Mountains are within the Upper Guinean Ecosystem - a large expanse of West African rainforest stretching from western Togo to eastern Sierra Leone. They are a major global conservation priority because of their high levels of endemism, diversity, species rarity and immediate threats from deforestation. Only 10% of the original forest ecosystem is thought to survive today.
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