Former Southam zookeeper saving endangered animals from illegal traders in Africa



A FORMER zookeeper from Southam is fighting to save endangered animals from illegal traders in Africa.
From sharing his bedroom with the world’s most trafficked animal, to battling malaria and canoeing with a mongoose, Luke Brannon has his hands full since he began managing the Libassa Wildlife Sanctuary in Liberia just two months ago.
The 30-year-old’s career has taken him from studying animal welfare and management at Moreton Morrell College and zoo-keeping in Bedfordshire, to rescuing captive bears in Asia and helping repopulate an endangered frog on the Caribbean island of Dominica.
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30 January 2018 in Regional West, Views: 28
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