At Sherritt’s Ambatovy mine in eco-diverse Madagascar, even the smallest species are cared for. The Rheocles Mangoro is a newly discovered endemic fish, which Ambatovy identified near the mine. In their native habitat, these fish are sustained by local watersheds and protected from invasive species by natural barriers. Since 2007, Sherritt has worked hard to sustain this species using innovative methods for salvaging, creating and restoring habitat, and protection against exotic species. Estelle Razafindranaivo, Sherritt’s Ichthyologist, has been with these fish from the beginning. Her passion, care and innovative thinking have given them a promising future.