Jumbo, Hippo, Zebra Population on the Rise in Tanzania - Report

The aerial wildlife census was conducted between October and November 2018 covering 27 wildlife species in the Selous-Mikumi ecosystem. The report indicates that elephants have increased to 15,501, zebra to 6,190 while the number of hippos rose to 31,086 from 23,243 recorded in 2014.

  • Tanzania:  Jumbo, Hippo, Zebra Numbers Up - Report

    Daily News, 12 February 2020

    TANZANIA recorded a slight increase of elephants and a considerable surge in zebra and hippopotamus populations in the Selous-Mikumi ecosystem between 2014 and 2018, a new report… Read more »

Photos from Pixabay, Susan Wong/Capital FM, George Sayagie/ Daily Nation.


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