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Meru :: Kenya | 1 month ago

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This is the daily news as much as conservation efforts are being put in place by the government. When such happens, the KWS changes the guard of such parks and posts new rangers and wardens or transfers others, but all in vain...Rarely do we hear

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London :: United Kingdom | 1 month ago

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African elephants can distinguish between the Maasai and Kamba languages. In Summary Researchers from UK's Sussex University said elephants recognise predators, judge the level of threat and react accordingly. The recordings were played during the

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Brighton :: United Kingdom | 1 month ago

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Not all people are dangerous and the big guys on the move know this by deciphering the way they speak their tongue. A new study reveals that African elephants can recognise the human threat from words spoken among them in their local tongues.

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Nairobi :: Kenya | 1 month ago

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10 March 2014 50 shares 32 View comments An elephant never forgetsa voice. A study found the gentle giants can distinguish a warlike tribe from a more peaceable people, simply by listening to recordings of their voices. Not only could the African

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London :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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Horton really does hear a Who. Wild elephants can distinguish between human languages, and they can tell whether a voice comes from a man, woman or boy, a new study says. That's what researchers found when they played recordings of people for

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Dar es Salaam :: Tanzania | 3 months ago

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Much of what we know about elephant social life comes from research done at Amboseli National Park in Kenya, where the population lives in conditions close to a natural, undisturbed state...Across Africa, elephant numbers are dwindling as demand for

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Mogadishu :: Somalia | 4 months ago

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For a start, the gerenuk lives in dry areas with acacia shrubs and limited vegetation. You will most likely see the gerenuk in areas of Samburu National Reserve, Shaba, Meru and very sparingly can be seen in Amboseli and Tsavo...They are adapted to

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Mombasa :: Kenya | 5 months ago

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In Summary The increase, she added, would make Kenya a more expensive wild safari destination compared to other African countries endowed with wildlife. Kenya is now facing stiff competition from Tanzania, whose parks charge $50 (Sh4,275) per visitor,

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Cape Town :: South Africa | 5 months ago

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6 November 2013 34 shares 0 View comments Elephants never forget...The study has found that African elephants who were orphaned by a cull in Kruger National Park in the 1970s and 1980s are still suffering post-traumatic stress. Sussex University

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Cape Town :: South Africa | 6 months ago

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Prof Karen McComb explains how the team tested the elephants reactions The scientists, from the University of Sussex, say this is the first "systematic evidence that fundamental social skills may be significantly impaired by man-made disruption". To

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