Oliver is a biologist at the Center of Natural History in Hamburg, Germany. Prior to that, he worked as a researcher in Munich and Barcelona. His work in the Comoros Archipelago started in 2008, with a focus on the biogeography and taxonomy of reptiles. He published more than 16 scientific papers and several conservation reports on these islands.
Rémy is passionate about herpetology and natural sciences. He holds a master’s degree in Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution as well as a CAPES in Life and Earth Sciences. For 5 years in Mayotte, the islands of the Indian Ocean and in particular the Comoros have been prime areas for making extraordinary observations that he willingly shares in order to make them known and better preserve them.
Antoine is an ecological engineer by profession and a naturalist by passion. Entomology is his favorite field. Almost 5 years spent at the service of the French Ministry of the Environment in Mayotte, he notably contributed to the improvement of knowledge on the little-known terrestrial taxa of the island and worked to strengthen regulations in favor of the protection of endangered species in the French department.