The biggest transhipment of elephants in African history is taking place as hundreds of the giants are moved from overpopulated areas to news safe havens.
African Parks in the News
Source: The Verge/Amar Toor
Rwandan ‘smart park’ uses LoRaWAN to protect threatened animals.
Source: Gerben van 't Hof
Bungelend onder een kraan en daarna hobbelend op een trailer. Met Nederlandse hulp verhuizen in het Afrikaanse Malawi honderden olifanten naar een ander wildpark.
Source: Amanda N'Duka
“It’s a matter of what is the message, not necessarily the delivery method,” director Kathryn Bigelow said Friday speaking to attendees at the AT&T SHAPE...
The 500 Elephants translocation is currently underway to repopulate one of Malawi’s national parks- the Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve- with elephants from elsewhere in the country....
Source: Robb Report
Source: Associated Press
Source: The Telegraph/Chris Leadbeater
Today is a red-letter date in the African country of Malawi. Independence Day, in fact. As it has been since July 6, 1964. A good...
Source: The Economist/R.L.
The Protectors” (pictured): an eight-minute virtual-reality feature that Ms Bigelow, an Oscar-winning director, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival this year. Ms Bigelow hopes that...
Source: All Africa, Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Inside Akagera National Park, Giraffes walk with the gracefulness of a royalty, Zebras gallop with the liveliness of a spring. They are home in this...
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