Wild animal stocks in Kenya have drastically declined


 
In accordance with other reports, researchers from AfricanBioServices partner organization, the University of Hohenheim in Germany can conclude that wild animal stocks in Kenya have declined significantly. Giraffe, wildebeest and warthog are examples of animals in danger: in Kenya the stock of wild animals has fallen by an average of 68 per cent since 1977. Biostatistics from the University of Hohenheim come to this alarming result. Read more about University of Hohenheim’s research in this article from the university (in German).

Conservation:
Wild animal stocks in Kenya have drastically declined

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Wildtierbestände in Kenia drastisch zurückgegangen ]

 

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