The Akagera park suffered grievously in civil war of the early 1990s but has earned back its ‘Big Five’ credentials to become a focus of national pride for Rwandans and a hot ticket destination for tourists.
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Source: South China Morning Post
Source: Mashable/Kelly Kline
The largest elephant relocation effort in history has finally come to a successful end. A total of 520 elephants were taken from two separate conservation spaces...
Source: National Geographic/Sarah Gibbens
Four minutes—that's the average amount of time wildlife officials have from when a tranquilizer dart punctures an elephant's thick skin to when the anesthetizing drug...
Source: Géopolis Afrique
Le Malawi a réussi son pari un peu fou de déplacer sous sédatif 520 éléphants, mais aussi des buffles et des zèbres. Ils ont été...
Source: France 24
Malawi on Thursday celebrated the successful conclusion of a two-year project moving 520 sedated elephants by truck to a reserve where the animals had been...
Source: Lonely Planet/Alex Butler
One of the largest elephant translocations in history was completed this week in Malawi, bringing more than 500 of the species into a wildlife reserve.
Source: Die Welt
Die größte Elefantenumsiedlung aller Zeiten ist beendet: Über zwei Jahre hinweg wurden in Malawi 520 Dickhäuter von zwei Nationalparks in ein 350 Kilometer entferntes Naturreservat...
Rangers in Malawi are taking on the mammoth task of moving hundreds of elephants into safer national parks.
The animals have suffered a sharp decline...
Source: Financial Times, David Pilling
Be transported to Liuwa Plain National Park in this wonderful write-up in the Financial Times about the wildlife viewing, especially Liuwa’s famous lions - Lady...
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