World Lion And Elephant Day

It is grueling to see our world loosing wildlife due to carbon emissions and climate change. Humans must step forward to save our environment. We saw Elephants killed for ivory and every year, an estimated 8% of African elephants are poached! 

African lions numbers are going down. 40 years ago there were 250,000 lions in Africa, and now the numbers are down 80% – maybe more.

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Serengeti – A World Heritage Site

Tanzania

Ngorongoro Crater -We were there during this tragic drought.

14 Comments

  1. Responsible tourism and awareness of how our actions affect our surroundings will be necessary to prevent further damage to our environment. Thanks for letting us know about World Lion and Elephant Day.

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  2. Beautiful photos – thoroughly enjoyed them and I will dive into some more of your posts. Nothing beats reminiscing about Africa (apart from being there!). The drought in the Crater looked very bad, often it is green and vibrant!

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