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Emmanuel Amoah is a young conservation biologist who has been actively involved in nature conservation activities in Ghana since 2010. Emmanuel has gained relevant experience in biodiversity research and conservation through internships, voluntary and professional works with A Rocha Ghana, Resource Management Support Centre of Forestry Commission of Ghana and Golden Star Mines Limited, Ghana. He served as a team member on various projects including; 'Forest Investment Programme (FIP)' sponsored by the World Bank and African Development Bank, 'Assessment and Conservation of the Threatened Crocodiles Mecistops cataphractus and Osteolaemus tetraspis in Southern Ghana' sponsored by The Rufford Foundation and 'Conserving the Vulnerable West African Dwarf Crocodile; A Community Approach in Anwianfutu, Ghana' sponsored by British Ecological Society. Emmanuel is currently pursuing Doctor of Philosophy degree in Wildlife and Range Management at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). Emmanuel holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Natural Resources Management from KNUST. He also holds a certificate in Tropical Ecosystems and Conservation from Ecology Field School (Herp Ghana, 2014). Emmanuel is a member of the Future Leadership Working Group (FLWG) within the IUCN Crocodile Specialist Group (CSG). Emmanuel is among the pioneers spearheading crocodile conservation in Ghana.