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Oryx – International Journal of Conservation published conservation news about Taita mountain dwarf galago 11.2.2020.

Taita mountain dwarf galago is extant in Taita Hills

Altimetrics for Oryx article

Also University of Helsinki published news 17.2.2020:

https://www.helsinki.fi/en/news/life-science-news/enigmatic-small-primate-finally-caught-on-film-in-taita-kenya

Helsingin sanomat 12.2.2020: Suomalaistutkijat tunnistivat nisäkkään, joita elää parissa metsässä vain kymmeniä

EurekAlert! 17.2.2020: Enigmatic small primate finally caught on film in Taita, Kenya

DailyMail 17.2.2020: Adorable 3.5OUNCE African primate the Taita mountain dwarf galago is caught on camera for the first time in nearly 20 years as the species faces extinction

The Amed Post 17.2.2020: Elusive tiny primate is captured on camera for the first time in nearly 20 years

Infosurhoi 18.2.2020: Elusive tiny primate is captured on camera for the first time in nearly 20 years

ScienceDaily 18.2.2020: Enigmatic small primate finally caught on film in Taita, Kenya

Phys.org 18.2.2020: Enigmatic small primate finally caught on film in Taita, Kenya

International business times 19.2.2020: Tiny Primate Caught On Camera After Nearly 20 Years Of No Sightings

NU-NL 23.2.2020 Sinds 2002 verdwenen halfaap duikt plots op op camerabeelden

Sci-News 26.2.2020: Dwarf Galago Feared Extinct Rediscovered in Kenya Enrico de Lazaro This article was excellent combination of Oryx article and bulletin from University of Helsinki

Checklist of Endemics of Africa Living National Treasures 12.3.2020

Nature Kenya 3.3.2020 Tiny primate sighting is another reason for conserving Taita Hills forests. Conservation of the natural forests scattered across these hills is critical for the survival of some of earth’s rarest species