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The Map's Edge 11h
The Botswana elephant controversy continues:
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African Conservation Apr 13
Pangolins are the world's most poached animals. They are trafficked because of their scales.
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Richard Knocker 15h
Replying to @RichardOnSafari
You know when they taught you the importance of thinking about others? No longer: time to be utterly selfish. Do what's best for YOU. Time to take action on before it's too late.
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GeorgeMonbiot Apr 19
Last night’s was, on the whole, excellent. Finally, after a mere 30 years of asking, a strong, unflinching BBC film on our existential crisis. The science was laid out clearly and remorselessly. The footage was harrowing and astonishing.
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Carbon Tanzania Apr 19
Elephants across the Tarangire ecosystem have seen a decline of 35%. The Masai in Makame protect 104,065 ha at the southern end providing elephants with the largest safe haven outside of the park
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Carbon Tanzania Apr 17
A high diversity of tree species in a forest is necessary if we are to protect our - from the smallest of insects to birds and to the largest of mammals. The Ntakata project protects 119 species of trees.
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The Map's Edge Apr 18
This is s huge step!
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Population Matters Apr 12
A worrying new study published in the journal Science reveals that rapid human growth along the edge of the iconic and Mara protected areas in East Africa is causing rapid decline and ecosystem deterioration:
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John Wilmshurst Apr 11
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The Map's Edge Apr 13
Replying to @JasperMse
Wow...!
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The Map's Edge Apr 12
Replying to @JasperMse
You could try smoke signals?
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The Map's Edge Apr 12
Replying to @SellaTheChemist
state under a president...
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The Map's Edge Apr 11
Replying to @WillKnocker
Yikes. Pin our hopes on some rain in May?
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The Map's Edge Apr 11
Replying to @JasperMse
Welcome, earthling, to the hip world of android! 😄
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The Map's Edge Apr 11
I'm sure it's very cool Andrea. Can I go back to my black hole now? 😃
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The Map's Edge Apr 11
I suspect were going to see seismic changes in the way we travel soon. There are some interesting blimp hybrids being explored I believe
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The Map's Edge Apr 11
"I tawt I taw a puddy-tat, a-tweepin twuu de gwass.."
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Carbon Tanzania Apr 8
26 Village Game Scouts are receiving 3 months field training in wildlife management and protection funded by
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