Climate Change, Human Activity Threaten East Africa's Mara River

Water levels have dropped in some parts of the river on the Tanzanian side. A World Wide Fund for Nature environmental expert has said deforestation, livestock keeping and farming are some of the human activities that threaten the survival of the transboundary river which is shared by Tanzania and Kenya.

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