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‘Mukutan’ means ‘the Meeting’ – a fitting name for the breathtaking Mukutan Gorge, as it converges in a labyrinth of pristine landscape plunging deep into numerous hills and valleys, dotted …

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Heard about the Baobab? Well here are some interesting facts about this magical African tree. The Baobab tree grows in hot low-lying areas in Africa and Australia. There are a …

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My first elephant sighting was back in primary school on an end of year trip to the coast along the Tsavo ecosystem. It was, you might say, an accidental sighting …

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This week we continue with our conservation series highlighting the use of technology to deter wildlife crime. The world is dealing with an unprecedented spike in illegal wildlife trade and …

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The plight of the African Elephant is well known. Illegal poaching of Elephants for their ivory has drastically reduced their numbers from approximately 1.3 million in 1979 to less than …

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