Baobab Trees In South Africa

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Baobab Trees In South Africa Madagascar Baobab Tree Baobabs ( ┬áMuri kunguluwa) add to the beauty of this Wild Landscape. Trees play such a major role in the world and of course to the wildlife in Africa. There are so many creatures that rely on trees, in fact the whole Ecosystem relies on trees, all …

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COVID-19 And Animal Poaching In Africa

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COVID-19 And Animal Poaching In Africa Taking a look into the Covid-19 virus in relation to poaching during lockdown and what’s happening. Has the poaching increased or decreased during lockdown? Well it’s a mixed batch of info, basically it depends on what part of Africa were looking at. & How well the parks are funded, …

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South African High Tech Game Reserve

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A game reserve bordering the Kruger built a high-tech fortress and reduced poaching by 96% A private reserve on the borders of the Kruger reduced poaching by 96% after it upgraded its tech. Photo Jay Caboz Almost the size of Pretoria, this private 62,000 hectare reserve on the border of the Kruger has been turned …

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Anti-Poaching Technology In Africa

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Dimension Data and Cisco Take Anti-Poaching Technology into Africa Organised crime levels of elephant tusks LONDON & JOHANNESBURG–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Global technology giants, Dimension Data and Cisco, today announced that they are expanding their anti-poaching Connected Conservation programme into Zambia, Kenya, and Mozambique to continue protecting rhino, as well as help fight the war on the startling numbers of African savanna …

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South Africa’s First Electric Game Drive

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Safaris Gone Electric > Custom-built electric game drive vehicles are now operating around the Kruger National Park – and they’re so quiet they’re freaking out people and animals Cheetah Plains’ electric game vehicle. Photo Mike Eloff New game-viewing vehicles near the Kruger are sneaking up on animals quietly, freaking them out. They are the first …

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