When some of the news is about nature damage, the extinction of animal species, it’s fresh to learn that something good is finally happening.
The result of the joint and hard work of nature and animal conservationists is shown by the positive change in Kenya. They have embarked on an unprecedented census of animals in the Kenyan wilderness, the results of which have also been announced.
According to the data, the number of elephants has increased considerably, but there are also more giraffes. The numbers of zebras and hunting antelopes and the number of lions also increased.
The President of Kenya certainly welcomed both the counting work, but especially the work done to protect wildlife.
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