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Wild at Life E.V. Rhinoceros Conservation and Rescue Mission

Safeguarding Rhinos through Conservation Efforts Article and Images: Aslihan Gedik; Founding Chairman and Chief Conservation Officer A rhinoceros is a large herbivorous mammal known for its thick skin and one or more horns on its snout. There are five species: Black, White, Indian, Javan, and Sumatran. The trafficking of animals is a serious global issue, […]

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Landrover Experience: Lonehill Johannesburg

Article: Rudo Nhamoinesu Images: Melissa Katunga As the first light of dawn illuminated the sprawling cityscape of Harare, a sense of eager anticipation hung in the air. We—a select group of automobile enthusiasts were awaiting our flight to Johannesburg with bated breath. We had been cordially invited by Premier Auto Zimbabwe to partake in an

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Scenic Nyanga

Article by Tami MudzingwaIn the rolling hills of the Eastern Highlands lies one of Zimbabwe’s hidden gems, Nyanga National Park. Nestled in thick evergreen forests, the hills and valleys are punctuated by majestic waterfalls, streams, and rivers flowing with crystal clear water. The mystical Mt. Nyangani imposes its towering presence over the scenic view, while

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Article Sarah Todd My first insight into Savé Valley Conservancy’s conservation initiatives began within two minutes of entering their airspace. I was treated to two remarkable sights, both of which I will never forget. Our first sight was an aerial view of the biggest herds of elephants I have ever seen gathered around in a

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