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TREE Foundation’s first-ever intern studies arboreal mammals

Want to know what the TREE Foundation’s first-ever Intern is up to (literally)?

Here are some images of Bryson Voirin, who studies sleep and ecology of arboreal mammals. Way back when he was a college freshman, Meg Lowman taught Bryson how to climb a tree. Now he is teaching others on a global scale. Bryson has traveled the world to study koalas, monkeys, and mostly sloths! We will update you further about Bryson’s findings in the near future! Enjoy!

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