Iris Berger
 
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Iris Berger is a 22-year-old biologist and National Geographic Young Explorer. Her previous research expeditions include a study of chimpanzee diet and tool-use in two Ugandan forests for her bachelor thesis; and a 500km “mega-transect” across the Indonesian island of Sumatra, to ascertain the impact of deforestation on avian biodiversity.

She graduated in 2018 with a first-class honours in Biological Sciences (Ecology) from the University of Edinburgh, and is currently on a six month internship with the United Nations Environment Programme in Nairobi, Kenya.

 

Tropical Biology Course

Kenya // 2018

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Sumatra Megatransect

Sumatra // 2016

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Cycling Bolivia

Bolivia // 2015

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