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5 Interesting Differences Between Elephants and Rhino

  • 30 March, 2020
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Rhino and Elephant are two of the most at risk mammals native to the African continent. They are both the unhappy recipients of the evils of poaching as well as sufferers at the hands of habitat erosion. As mankind grows…

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What is Ecosystem Conservation, and Why is it so Important?

  • 30 March, 2020
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As our species grows in population, conservation becomes increasingly important. Each day, our animal neighbours are corralled into smaller and smaller spaces. The effect of this displacement can be obvious. Elephant and human conflict in converted pasture lands is an…

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Where Are The Best Places to See The Big Five in Kenya?

  • 30 March, 2020
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Here at Tsavo Trust, we believe that the best way of protecting Kenya’s varied and incredible wildlife populations is by promoting healthy engagement between humans and Africa’s weirdest and most wonderful creatures. This means understanding them better, seeing their value…

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Why is Rhino so Bad-tempered?

  • 30 March, 2020
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If you have ever been on safari and been lucky enough to spot one of the few remaining rhinos in the wild, you may be familiar with their characteristic grumpiness. Rhinos have a reputation for aggressive behaviour and if you…

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Exploring the Main Areas of Conflict between Elephants and Humans

  • 30 March, 2020
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The African Elephant is one of the continent’s most recognisable icons. The lumbering giant’s likeness features on several national currency denominations (such as the Ugandan 500 Shilling note), in landmarks like the gate-keeping tusks which tower over Moi Avenue in…

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