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Death may mark the end of any mortal, but legacies and memories linger in perpetuity for men who leave great and positive imprints on the sands of time.
Nze Ernest Ike Nwufor lived a great life dedicated to biodiversity conservation in southern Nigeria. Ernest started out as a Ranger in the Cross River National Park Nigeria. With increased zeal and passion he worked assiduously with other committed colleagues to establish the defunct Primates Preservation Group (PPG) which metamorphosed into Biodiversity Preservation Group (BPG) and currently Biodiversity Preservation Center (BPC) www.biodiversitypreservationcenter.org.
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