24 February 2013

Kenya to Lose Elephant Population in Less Than a Decade

Photo: Amboseli Park
Increased poaching to render Elephant population extinct in the country.

Children born seven years from now may never see an elephant in Kenya due to the increased poaching of the endangered species. Jimmy Nyamu the Director Elephant Neighbors Center, walked for two weeks from Mombasa to Nairobi to create awareness about the need to conserve the animals.

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