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Nature Conservancy saving Tanzanian mothers & kids to save chimps

April 03, 2013

Warming Lakes: Climate Change Threatens the Ecological Stability of Lake Tanganyika

National Geographic
Climate Change
March 07, 2013

In Kenya the Antelopes Play

Africa Geographic
December 03, 2012

Kenya takes drastic steps to save elephants

CBS Evening News
November 26, 2012

Kenya: Operation Hirola - Saving Africa's Rarest Antelope
Conservation Lands
November 14, 2012

US Forest Service and TNC Conduct Training in Zambia

August 30, 2012

In Kenya, Hope for an Endangered Genus

World Policy Blog
Conservation Lands
June 01, 2012

An American in Africa

Africa Geographic
Conservation Lands
April 02, 2012

Where the Antelope Play

The Smart Set
Conservation Lands
March 29, 2012

Deadly trade: rhino horn poaching surges

The Telegraph (UK)
December 10, 2011

"Ocean" Creatures That Evolved in Huge Lake Under Threat

National Geographic
Rivers & Lakes
November 30, 2011

Entire Mammal Genus on Brink of Extinction

National Geographic
Conservation Lands
November 08, 2011

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