The pangolin is referred to as the most trafficked mammal in the world. Lisa Hywood, founded the Tikki Hywood Foundation in response to their near extinction.
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Episode 18 of MUD BETWEEN YOUR TOES, is a conversation with Lisa Hywood, who founded the Tikki Hywood Foundation in 1994 in memory of her father, Tikki.

The foundation fights for lesser-known — or even lesser-loved — endangered species such as pangolin, serval, genets, bush baby, hyena and wild cat. 

Lisa reminisces about her father, and Zimbabwe, but also looks forward to the vitally important work the foundation does throughout Africa in partnership African Parks -  the world’s largest anti-poaching organisation.

Photo: Lisa Hywood (C) Lisa Hywood

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