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Kaitlyn Gaynor

Kaitlyn Gaynor is an assistant professor of Zoology and Botany at the University of British Columbia. Kaitlyn is a wildlife ecologist and conservation scientist who studies animal behavior, predator-prey interactions, and human-wildlife coexistence. She has 15 years of experience conducting field research on large mammals in eastern and southern Africa, including studies of primate behavior in Kenya and wildlife restoration in Mozambique.

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