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Masai Mara National Park in Southwest Kenya is a 583 mile-long exhibit that has tons of wildlife roaming around it year-round. Many of these mammals such as the zebras and the antelope are prime participants in the Great Migration that can be witnessed while visiting the area. Amboseli National Park is also a great place [...]

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AI-equipped cameras will help spot wildlife poachers before they can kill

Elephant poaching is becoming a huge threat to the elephant population, especially in areas like Tanzania. The problem is that many national parks only have a certain amount of rangers, and they are unable to identify and confront every poacher that comes onto the territory. There is a conservation organization called Resolve that has recently [...]

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Remembering an African Lion That Defied Death

There are a lot lions out there that are really tough and have crazy life stories. However, for this particular lion, it was even a bit more extreme. C-Boy, as he was named, become the central piece of a study being done between two scientists in Tanzania. They were looking at the fact that most [...]

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20 best things to do in Kenya

Kenya is a really interesting place in the world today; although, many people only know it as an African country that does not offer much practical things to the world as we know it. There is much more to do in Kenya then just take a safari in the wild. One of the first things [...]

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See What It Takes to Hide a Secret Tracker in a Rhino Horn

The black rhino is an endangered animal. Tanzania officials are taking new steps to try and protect this national treasure from the dangers of poaching. Proving that great things can be accomplished when groups pool their efforts and resources, officials from the Tanzania National Parks have teamed up with the Friedkin Conservation Fund and the [...]

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Who Has the 'Cleaner' Bed: Chimps or Humans?

Chimpanzees are known to spend their nights in tree-top nests. Have you ever wondered how clean their sleeping quarters are compared to ours.Scientists have compared microbes in human and chimpanzee sleeping areas for the first time. scientists learned that just 3.5 percent of the bacteria species present came from the chimps? own skin, saliva, or [...]

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Unprecedented collaring effort aims to protect Tanzania's threatened elephants

Tanzania has enlisted the help of the World Wildlife Federation (WWF) in order to help them save their elephants from becoming even more endangered. It has been reported that over 90% of Tanzania's elephant population has become eradicated in recent years. Activists and environmentalists want to ensure that this number decreases, and they are planning [...]

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Man Joins African Safari Adventure, Gets Shock Of A Lifetime When Cheetah Jumps Inside Jeep

Britton Hayes of Seattle was on a safari in the Gol Kopjes of the Serengeti when he got the surprise of a lifetime. A curious cheetah decided to get a closer look at the safari-goers who were watching him. The inquisitive carnivore climbed through the back window of Hayes? vehicle and began sniffing around as [...]

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The Best Luxury Family Safaris – For the Vacation of a Lifetime

“I like animals. I like natural history. The travel bit is not the important bit. The travel bit is what you have to do in order to go and look at animals.” Sir David Attenborough 9 Reasons an African Family Safari is Different to Every Other Vacation Safari is both a celebration of Africa’s wildlife [...]

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