Interview with Luisa Diele-Viegas
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Ms. Luisa Diele Viegas is a researcher, who studies the influences of climate change on different species. Using this information, she understands and learns about how other people can help them! Talking to Ms. Diele-Viegas, I was able to understand the reasons of why reptiles are so feared and why they shouldn’t be. Like us, they are part of the ecosystem and serve a purpose in a sophisticated way of life. As we continue to walk into their habitats, we keep reducing the number of these incredible creatures. To learn more, listen to the exciting conversation I had with Luisa Diele-Viegas.
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