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One-horned Rhino Bodyguards Deployed in Nepal Assisted by Zoological Society of London
Nepals greater one-horned rhino population is on the road to recovery, following almost a decade of steep decline caused by poaching. Conservationists from the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) have joined forces with local ...
2009-11-22   Kathmandu, Nepal Category: conservation

Kenya: Wildlife Corridor Project Gets a Boost
The building of a corridor meant to ease the movement of elephants around Mount Kenya is set to start by the end of the month. The corridor will help elephants safely cross between Ngare Ndare Forest and Mt. Kenya National Re...
2008-04-16   Nairobi, Kenya Category: conflict

Briton trampled by elephant sues Il Ngwesi luxury lodge in Kenya
A British woman, trampled and left for dead by an elephant in Kenya, is suing the luxury lodge that she says failed to warn her of the dangers posed by wild animals. Il Ngwesi lodge stands amid the acacia dotted splendour of ...
2007-02-08   Nairobi, Kenya Category: accident

Using Texts to Save Kenya's Elephants
A wild bull elephant strolls across the Kenyan countryside, ears flapping, oblivious to conservationist Ian Craig, creeping up behind him, gun poised. This is no ordinary hunt. The gun is not loaded with bullets, but tranquil...
2005-10-18   Samburu, Kenya Category: research

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