NAJIN AND Fatu roam the Kenyan savannah with a heavy gait, stopping intermittently to burrow their horns into tall grass or scratch their backs against wooden posts.
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This is Bwindi, one of the last rainforests in Uganda. Impenetrable, that's what the people call it here. Bwindi is home to mountain gorillas. Their species is threatened: the forests offer less and less protection. The danger for them increases because humans are getting closer - and with them possibly
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msafiri, the magazine that celebrates Africa and being African.
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Rural areas of low-to-middle-income countries host most biodiversity hotspots, where interactions between people and wildlife are frequent.
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Dr Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka is a Ugandan vet and scientist working to protect East Africa’s critically endangered mountain gorillas. She’s the founder and CEO of Conservation Through Public Health (CTPH) who work to improve the quality of life for people and wildlife, so they can coexist in and around protected areas.
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