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Then, this December, they embarked out on their first expeditions with a team of experienced Sehuencas Water Frog-finders.
Over the past few weeks, the expedition team has been trudging through slippery rivers and on uneven ground near streams, dressed in rubber boots and raincoats, scouring the water for frogs.
Bolivia’s government has agreed to raise permitted levels of legal coca production after violent protests by farmers, in a move that exacerbates the flaw in the country’s otherwise largely successful coca policy: the gap between legal production and legal consumption.
On February 23, the Bolivian government and coca farmers came to an agreement for the country’s planned new coca law to allow 22,000 hectares of coca to be legally planted each year, reported La Razon.
While Bolivia’s neighbors Colombia and Peru have seen coca cultivation levels rise and fall amid the push and pull of forced eradication efforts, farmers and drug traffickers, Bolivia has seen a gradual but steady decrease since 2010, at least according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) figures.
GWC and the museum also worked with a lab at Macquarie University in Australia on a plan B: collecting and freezing Romeo’s sperm, which would make in vitro fertilization a possible option if they can’t find a female on the expedition or if the pair fails to breed for another reason.
Bolivia’s coca bill aims to enshrine in law the policies of former coca farmer and current president Evo Morales, who has favoured engagement with rather than repression of coca farmers.