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THE JOURNEY OF GIANTS
African Parks
28 October 2016

Prince Harry spent almost three weeks on the ground in Malawi with African Parks.

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The country with too many elephants
bbc earth, Harriet Constable
12 September 2016

On a glorious morning in Liwonde National Park in southern Malawi, a team at African Parks, a conservation group, is preparing what was once unthinkable. The park is full of wildlife, hippos wallow in cool water and impala and waterbuck roam nearby.

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Malawi is moving 500 elephants across the country
CNN, Sophie Morlin-Yron
21 July 2016

In the Liwonde Wildlife Reserve in Malawi, the elephant population is struggling to survive. The growing local human population is edging ever closer to their reserve, sometimes entering it to poach bushmeat or fish, or using the land to grow crops.

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ELEPHANTS AND VILLAGERS BATTLE EACH OTHER FOR SURVIVAL IN MALAW
ITV, John Ray
15 March 2016

‘’Human beings were once islands in an ocean of wildlife. These days, wildlife survives on islands surrounded by an ocean of humanity.’ Among conservationists it’s a familiar saying that expresses a tough truth. To take just Africa, in the past 60 years...

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500 AFRICAN ELEPHANTS ARE MOVING TO A NEW HOME
Take Part
04 February 2016

Construction has begun on a New York City–size sanctuary that will provide Africa’s elephants with a rare safe haven. The 42,000-acre preserve is being built within Malawi’s Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve, which is managed by the nonprofit organization African Parks.

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