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Descriere: epa09388734 Rangers from Lewa Wildlife Conservancy's (LWC) general security unit, Purity Wamuyu (2R) and Fridah Kinyanjui (2L) talk to residents of the Manyangalo village a farming settlement situated within the conservancy, as they assessed the level of damage on an electrical fence meant to keep wildlife out as baboons encroaching from the conservancy have been carrying out regular raids on food crops to avoid human wildlife conflict in Meru, Kenya, 31 July 2021 (issued 02 August 2021). Since 1983, Lewa has provided a safe and suitable home for rhinos. As the first and the leading pioneer in private rhino sanctuary in East Africa, Lewa’s rhino population has grown from an initial 15 rhinos to 169 rhinos today and it’s also home to animals such as elephants, buffalos, lions, hyenas, jackals and the endangered Grevy’s Zebra. EPA/Daniel Irungu ATTENTION: This Image is part of a PHOTO SET
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ID fotografie: 14868141
Autor: Daniel Irungu
Redactor: EPA
Locatie: Meru - Kenya
Dimensiune: 6720 x 4480 px
Realizat: 2021-07-31
Introdus: 2021-08-02 21:28:06


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