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Andrew Tilker

Andrew Tilker

Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research

Andrew Tilker is a doctoral student at the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research and an Associate Conservation Scientist at Global Wildlife Conservation. His focus is on the ecology and conservation of tropical mammal species, especially critically endangered and little-known animals in Southeast Asia. He has worked for the past six years in Vietnam and Laos, with an emphasis on threatened Annamite endemic species such as saola, Annamite striped rabbit, and large-antlered muntjac. He is a member of the three IUCN SSC Specialist Groups: the Asian Wild Cattle Specialist Group (Saola Working Group), the Deer Specialist Group (Large-antlered Muntjac Working Group), and the Lagomorph Specialist Group.