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Mar23

Nigeria: Hunt for rarest gorillas in Africa

Tuesday, 23 March 2010 Hits 1575 Categories Great Apes

Mar23

Rare animals are being 'eaten to extinction'

Tuesday, 23 March 2010 Hits 1410 Categories Wildlife News

Mar22

Great Ape Trust formalizes Rwanda agreement

Monday, 22 March 2010 Hits 1693 Categories Great Apes

Mar15

Kenya: Another Loss for Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

Monday, 15 March 2010 Hits 2376 Categories Wildlife News | Rhino Poaching

On Friday, March 5th, Tana, the nine year old black rhino who had been shot and injured by armed poachers on December 26, 2009, finally gave up her fight for life and died. Tana had been wounded in the shoulder and a second black rhino, Ntoiye, was fatally shot in that same poaching incident on the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. This is Lewa's first ever rhino loss to poachers and is a sad and devastating event for all of us.

Mar10

Egypt's Mediterranean Coast Protected In Reserve

Wednesday, 10 March 2010 Hits 3487 Categories Marine & Coastal | Habitat News

Egypt wants visitors to discover its Mediterranean coast at a marine reserve being established near the border with Libya, the government said Tuesday. "The goal is to protect endangered species ... and encourage ecotourism in the reserve area, putting it on the global ecotourism map," Environment Minister Maged George said.

Mar09

Cameroon: Illegal Elephant Dealer Arrested

Tuesday, 09 March 2010 Hits 1249 Categories Elephants

Mar08

New hope for mountain gorillas in Congo

Monday, 08 March 2010 Hits 1036 Categories Great Apes

Mar08

Kenya: Lake Turkana Ecosystem - Development for Ecology?

Monday, 08 March 2010 Hits 6397 Categories Wetlands | Habitat News

Nairobi — The 290 kilometre long and 32km wide Lake Turkana is the world's largest desert lake. It has 12 inflowing rivers (all seasonal except the Omo in Ethiopia that accounts for 90 per cent of all inflows) and no outlets. The two main seasonal rivers are the Turkwel and Kerio in Kenya. With a volume of 203.6 cubic kilometres, an inflow of 19 cubic kilometres per year is required to keep the lake levels steady.

Feb26

Kruger loses 8 more rhino to poachers

Friday, 26 February 2010 Hits 1225 Categories Rhinos

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