I am a wildlife biologist from Bangladesh and a PhD fellow in the School of Human Science, University of Western Australia. My interest on the behavioural ecology of primates. I have been working on primates, herpetofauna and a few nocturnal animals for the last eight years, from the beginning of my University life. I have developed skills in fieldwork, data collection, molecular analysis and acoustic analysis of primate and other animal’s calls. I have initiated the research and conservation work on Bengal slow loris in Bangladesh. I have described a tiny bush frog (Raorchestes rezakhani) from Bangladesh and added several amphibians and reptiles to the national checklist. At the same time, I am also working on the primates of Bangladesh. For the first time in Bangladesh, I conducted a research on Endangered Bengal slow loris (Nycticebus bengalensis). My MSc. thesis was on endangered Phayre’s Langurs (Trachypithecus phayrei).
Here you can see what I have been doing in my research career and view my Curriculum Vitae. I also publish the results of my papers, as well as photos of fieldwork and extraordinary animals from the Tropical Forest.
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