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ZHENGHUAN WANG is an associate
professor in theSchool ofLife Sciences,East China Normal
University,Shanghai, Peoples Republic of China. Dr. Wang
received his Ph.D. (animal ecology) from East China Normal University in 2005. His main research
interests are animal ecology, ecology of the transmission mechanism of wildlife zoonoses, and
habitat fragmentation and its influence on the wildlife communities, primarily China. Dr. Wang’s
herpetological research experience began in 2001 after he became involved with conservation biology
programs aimed at protecting wild population of Giant salamander (Andrias davidianus) and Chinese
sinensis) in China. Recently, Dr. Wang’s research
interest has been ecology of amphibians and how habitat fragmentation affect population and
community ecology of these animals (study area Shanghai City).