Reptile and Amphibian Sierra Leone

RAP-SL was conceived in April 2012 with the vision of bridging information gaps, through research, on reptiles and amphibians of Sierra Leone. RAP-SL also aims at implementing programs for conservation and sustainable development through site activities that will not only benefit the biodiversity of the country but also help improve living conditions of the local communities in Sierra Leone. RAP-SL came to fruition in September 2012 with a mission to document all reptile and amphibian species of Sierra Leone and promote the protection, conservation and management of Sierra Leone’s natural resources for sustainable development.

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