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Wildlife in Danger
fantastic beasts and how to save them
Tanzania, Africa is the homeland of nearly 4 million wild animals, ranging in around 430 species- including the gerenuks. The most popular spot in Tanzania, the Serengeti National Park, is one of the best places for seeing lions, cheetahs, and other wild predators. There are also over 1000 species of birds, some only existing in Tanzania.
This hyena could definitely be the next Vogue model, no?
... smol head?
My species, the gerenuk! Only chosen so I can laugh while doing this project.
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A rare white giraffe was spotted in Tanzania!
(Her name is Omo)
The last male white rhinoceros on earth under guard 24 hours
Pollution; because trash in Tanzania is not well cleaned, it ends up left untreated. Lack of sewage systems, and not having a good way of getting rid of waste is the main reason for not only the plains and savannas, but also the marine habitats being harmed by pollution.
How Do I Help?
Speak for the ones without a voice.
Help preserve Africa's greatest treasures by donating to the African Wildlife Foundation, and supporting not just the animals, but the people to lead in conserving their natural heritage.
What's Happening Now?
Zambia Rhino Relocation
This project was launched to help save the plummeting population of the rhinos in Zambia. Anti-poaching patrols and careful health monitoring are also conducted to keep the species safe.
Ruaha Carnivore Project
Tanzania's Ruaha National Park is home to over 10% of the world's remaining lions, one of four large cheetah populations left in East Africa, and holds the third largest population of wild dogs.
Grevy's Zebra Protection
In the 1970's, more than 15,000 Grevy's zebras lived in Africa. Now, with the numbers dropping to nearly 2500, this project partners with the Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS), other conservation organizations, and various community based groups to conduct a research on the reason for the dying species, mainly thought to be overgrazing.