In the Seychelles, Taking Aim at Nature’s Bullies


Restoration efforts are giving vulnerable native species a second chance on islands in the Indian Ocean.
by Kennedy Warne
Photographs by Thomas P. Peschak

ThomasPPeschak03a ThomasPPeschak03b“Not even a handful of island groups have what Seychelles has. Galápagos is a big name because of Darwin, but Seychelles is in no way inferior.”
Christopher Kaiser-Bunbury | Conservation ecologist

ThomasPPeschak03c ThomasPPeschak03d“This place changes your life. You see things differently.”
Jude Brice | Boat skipper

ThomasPPeschak03eIn the Seychelles, Taking Aim at Nature’s Bullies
read the story at: nationalgeographic

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