For sure we just pretend to be digital but bado tuko analog. #life #kenya #mzalendo #kenyacensus2019
CAN'T WE DO THIS THING ON-LINE THIS THING OF KNOCKING PEOPLE'S DOOR TO COUNT THEM ITS JUST DAMN. HAPA NDIO GAVA ITAJITETEA WATU WENGINE CAN'T ACCESS...YES THEY CAN'T. #TUKOANALOGBADO BUT MKIZIMA TV,BVR NA HUDUMA THING YA ALMOST ATE US.
WE WANT ALSO DIGITAL CENSUS THOSE CAN'T ACCESS PROVIDE THEM WITH POWER,ROADS AND ALL INFRASTRUCTURE THEY WILL BE ABLE.
With a little help from Peter, Ziwadi is really getting the hang of all the best greens to eat! She is one of our new arrivals; we rescued her in early April, after she was spotted wandering alone and sporting an arrow injury. While her road to recovery has been long and difficult, round-the-clock care from the Keepers (not to mention plenty of doting from her fellow elephant friends) worked their magic, and she’s finally starting to come into her own.
You can become part of Ziwadi’s story by adopting her. To learn more, click our link in bio 🐘
Kiko always likes to be in the thick of things. He’s been very eager to hang out with the elephant orphans, and seems to have wised up to the fact that being polite gets him a warmer welcome from them. One day, Musiara, Kiasa, Maisha, and Tamiyoi — who are well aware of Kiko’s wily ways — spotted him coming from a distance and raised their ears to warn him off. Kiko, however, was on his best behavior and didn’t annoy them at all! In fact, we’d go so far as to say that Maisha really enjoyed browsing with him in the forest. The giraffe was plucking leaves off the highest branches, while the little elephant got to enjoy any leftovers that he had dropped. The situation worked out quite well for them both!
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Friends, can we all say a collective prayer? Please read this extraordinary news: #Repost@amivitale with @get_repost
Photos by @amivitale. In a historical undertaking, a consortium of the world's leading experts from @leibnizizw Avantea, @safariparkdvurkralove and @kenyawildlifeservice performed the first ever ovum pick up on Fatu and Najin, the last living northern white rhino on the planet at @olpejeta conservancy in northern Kenya. This procedure, never before performed on any northern white rhinos, could mark that instant when these creatures were brought back from certain extinction. At this very moment, the precious ova are being rushed to Italy where they will eventually be matured and fertilized with frozen northern white rhino sperm to become embryos which could then be transferred into the southern white rhinos who could gestate the embryos. If this new technology is successful, it could bring this critically endangered species BACK FROM EXTINCTION.