Ina is a MSc./M.I.N.C. student from Germany studying a bi-national degree in international nature conservation. Working on rainforest plant conservation in Ecuador she continued learning about tropical conservation issues in Australia where she developed a passion for working with arboreal, nocturnal mammals. For her thesis she looked at the effects climate change has on wildlife corridor crossing rate. During and after she finished her undergraduates degree Ina worked in a remote area in Papua New Guinea on tree kangaroo conservation. Supporting a community based conservation approach Ina is now doing her internship placement at LFP. Here, she is excited to use a zooethnological approach to help conserve lorises!