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Tsavo Springs

The critical importance of water is perhaps no more evident than in Tsavo, a semi-arid environment and home to countless species of flora and fauna....

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Melanism in Servals

Melanism in Serval (Leptailurus serval): Notes and Records from the Tsavo Ecosystem, Kenya, by Bryan Adkins and the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust...

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Hippos of Tsavo

The hippopotamus inhabits both of Tsavo’s permanent rivers, the Athi and Tsavo rivers, and occasionally several waterholes, both natural and manmade. They are wonderfully adapted to life in the water and are in fact thought to be closely related to whales and dolphins. ...

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Wilderness Journal: A Crop Raiding Elephant Is A Hated Elephant

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Wilderness Journal: Hirola

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Wilderness Journal: The World's Longest Lived Rodent

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Wilderness Journal: A Life Without Water

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Wilderness Journal: The Painted Wolf

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Wilderness Journal: Bugtopia

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Wilderness Journal: Cooking With Elephant Dung

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Wilderness Journal: Tsavo's Forgotten Herd

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Wilderness Journal: The Impact Of A Desk By Zach Montes

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Wilderness Journal: Second Rains, Second Chances

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Wilderness Journal: De Snaring Tsavo

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Wilderness Journal: Tiva River Lifeline Of The North

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