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Wildlife Poaching A National Disaster In Tanzania

Editor’s Note: The wildlife crisis in East Africa is a very complicated issue. Endangered species must outrun poachers and drought. Our East Africa plan can help save wildlife, while fighting global warming with one of the largest BIO carbon capture … Continue reading

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Tanzania The Leading Source Of Illegal Ivory In East Africa

Kenya Losing More Elephants Than Reported Tanzania was the leading source of illegal ivory in the East African region last year, a new report by Interpol has shown. By comparison, Kenya faced much lower rates of poaching in 2013 partly … Continue reading

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Tanzania’s Elephants Going Fast

Elephant Census In Selous-Mikumi, Ruaha-Rungwa Ecosystems Released By Lazaro Nyalandu, MP., Deputy Minister For Natural Resources and Tourism, The United Republic Of Tanzania. Excellencies. Ambassadors. Government officials. Conservation Stakeholders. Members of the Press. Ladies and Gentlemen: Good morning. On January 07, my Ministry, with the support of … Continue reading

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