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can engineers be a part of this?

well i am presently doing IT engineering but would very much like to change my career,if thats possible.could any1 suggest if it is possible?i will glad even if its possible to apply my engineering knowledge n still contribute to wildlife!
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can engineers be a part of this?

well i am presently doing IT engineering but would very much like to change my career,if thats possible.could any1 suggest if it is possible?i will glad even if its possible to apply my engineering knowledge n still contribute to wildlife!
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can engineers be a part of this?

well i am presently doing IT engineering but would very much like to change my career,if thats possible.could any1 suggest if it is possible?i will glad even if its possible to apply my engineering knowledge n still contribute to wildlife!

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At 11:42pm on August 9, 2009, Tira Mangoensurono said…
ok. I hope we can work together 2 help the "mother"...:)
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