For the love of ecology: Christell Chesney

Christell Chesney

On any given day, Christell Chesney could be found dissecting the body of a frog or bat and examining the stomach contents or she could be found in the dead of the night on a trail in a remote area looking for varied species of reptiles.

Some might not find her job interesting and might even question its importance, but Chesney is passionate about it and can easily spend hours explaining how important it is to humanity and preserving the environment.

Chesney is one of the five persons who man the Centre for the Study of Biological Diversity (CSBD) at the University of Guyana (UG) and this number includes its Director Dr Gyanpriya Maharaj. Chesney and the other three are referred to as scientific officers…..

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