Timm Juul Jensen holds a B.Sc. in Biology from Copenhagen University specializing in Macroecology and Biogeography, and a M.Sc. in Biology from Aalborg University specializing in Herpetology. His main interests are herpetology and especially the conservation of snakes. Timm’s academic research has focused on quantifying international exploitation of snakes and to supply policy makers with results to base conservation decisions on. He has over ten years of experience in reptile husbandry and breeding. Timm has extensive field work experience in West Africa where he conducted research on quantifying the amount of snakes hunted for bushmeat. To learn more about Timm’s snake conservation efforts, connect with him on Linked In or view his work that was featured by National Geographic.