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Surveying Ant Diversity in Gorongosa National Park

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Ants play important roles in many ecosystems, and a team of scientists are surveying ant populations in Gorongosa Park. Leading the study is Leeanne Alonso, she is cataloging the different species of ants in Gorongosa National Park and establishing a species census to monitor the ongoing recovery of the park.

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