Georgina Mess dies

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Georgina Mess, a leading scientist in the field of biodiversity, played a key role. Born in London, he studied zoology with a degree in zoology.

He established the Center for Biodiversity and Environmental Research at University College London. He was one of the 1,300 scientists who compiled a list of some of the world’s endangered species of animals and plants that were threatened with extinction. Along with the breeding of leopards and chimpanzees, many other animals are in dire need of breeding. In 1996, African elephants, cod and bluefin were listed as endangered species.

Reference: E-Paper Loksatta