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The most underused tools in fighting wildlife poaching in Africa are its beloved national soccer teams

Quartz 19 Jul 2019
To be fair, there are also several European national soccer teams nicknamed after wildlife ... But one key difference however is that unlike in most African countries, there’s much wider awareness about wildlife conservation as well as significantly more government spending and civil society support.
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Man held with monitor lizard skin bag at Delhi's IGI airport

Hindustan Times 05 Apr 2019
In India, the monitor lizard (Varanus bengalensis) is a protected species under Schedule I of the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972, indicating that they are highly endangered and strictly protected ... On enquiry, Bouaziz said he had purchased the bag in Algeria, but he could not produce a document and the customs was alerted.
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Bailly, Leo Paul

Independent Record 04 Dec 2018
Leo, always a strong supporter of volunteer organizations worked as a volunteer for the Civil Defense program in the 60’s and 70’s, was assistant fire chief for Lewis and Clark County, worked as a reserve deputy for the Lewis and Clark County Sheriff’s Office, Fish Wildlife and Parks and was a member of the Algeria Shriners ... .
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How Israel defies drought

Yahoo Daily News 21 Jun 2015
Even at night, the ground of Israel’s Arava desert pulsates with heat ... But that slowly began to change when Israeli pioneers came here in the mid-1960s ... Recommended ... • • • ... The brine discharged back into the sea could harm the wildlife, especially with so many plants along the Mediterranean – not just in Israel but also Cyprus, Egypt, and Algeria.
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Rarely seen Saharan cheetah revealed in incredible photos

Business Insider 04 Feb 2015
But now a team of scientists working in Algeria has managed to capture not just an image of a single Saharan cheetah, but more than two dozen ... The research team—which included scientists from the Wildlife Conservation Society, the Zoological Society of London and other institutions—spent several months in Algeria in 2008 and 2010.
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Vandals destroy prehistoric rock art in Sahara

Malaya 05 Jun 2014
Located along Libya’s southwestern tip bordering Algeria, the Tadrart Acacus mountain massif is famous for thousands of cave paintings and carvings going back up to 14,000 years ... With tourist and archaeologists staying away on safety grounds, hunters have taken over the Acacus massif, shooting much of the wildlife across the arid, rugged landscape.
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Vandals destroy prehistoric rock art in Libya's lawless Sahara

Daily Press 03 Jun 2014
Located along Libya's southwestern tip bordering Algeria, the Tadrart Acacus mountain massif is famous for thousands of cave paintings and carvings going back up to 14,000 years ... Algeria ... much of the wildlife across the arid, rugged landscape ... "It's even a problem in Algeria.
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On the Horizon, a Dreaded Wave of Locusts

The New York Times 01 Nov 2012
The origins of the threat probably date back to a year ago, when rains drew in a wisp of desert locusts to Libya and Algeria, said Keith Cressman, the senior locust forecasting officer for the F.A.O ... Agriculture, Research/Studies, Science, wildlife, Agriculture, Algeria, Libya, locusts, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, swarms.
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Aare River, Rio de la Plata, Lake Edward

Denver Post 26 Aug 2012
The Aare River. (Special to The Denver Post). 1 ... The river's mouth is in which country — Spain or Romania?. 2 ... 3 ... 4 ... 5 ... 6 ... 7 ... 8 ... 9 ... 10. Lake Edward supports wildlife in a national park on the border between Uganda and which other country — Algeria or Democratic Republic of the Congo?. National Geographic Bee, National Geographic Society. ANSWERS. 1 ... .
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Cheetahs Without Borders

Huffington Post 02 Jul 2012
Borders are a part of our world, but wildlife doesn't recognize man's borders ... Throughout Africa, wildlife shares the land with people and their livestock ... Today, fragmented pockets of cheetah populations live in Algeria, Niger, Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, South Sudan, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe and other countries in sub-Saharan Africa.
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UAE releases 500 houbara bustards in Algeria

Khaleej Times 01 Oct 2011
ABU DHABI ' As many as 500 captive-bred houbara bustards were released last week in the wild Algeria by Abu Dhabi-based National Avian Research Center (NARC) ... Rural Development and representatives of hunters societies and wildlife enthusiasts.
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Stringing some random thoughts together

Houston Chronicle 24 Mar 2011
I have a birthday coming up pretty soon and my partner, in advance, gave me an infrared camera that's supposed to take pictures of wildlife at night, and automatically ... The second night I had the wildlife camera, I mounted it on a leg of the fishing pier down at the stock tank. Lots of wildlife come to drink and eat my fish at night.
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Trade events focus on economic growth in Africa

Gulf News 20 Nov 2010
Dubai ... Investment environment ... UAE's top players. One of the major investors is Dubai World with some 30 investment projects, among them marine terminals in Djibouti, Algeria, Dakar (Senegal) and Maputo (Mozambique) and wildlife reserves in Rwanda and South Africa as well as a hotel project on the Comoros Islands ... Growing partnership ... Broadman ... Source ... .
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State Department tells US embassies to brace for protests over Quran burnings

Star Tribune 08 Sep 2010
Embassy in Algiers issued an alert to Americans in Algeria on Wednesday saying that "media reports of the upcoming threatened Quran burning by a small Gainesville, Florida, group could affect the security of U.S ... the world, possibly including Algeria," the alert said.
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The rush for Africa's resources

Gulf News 14 Aug 2010
... Algeria or Gabon ... One major investor is Dubai World with some 30 investment projects, among them marine terminals in Djibouti, Algeria, Dakar (Senegal) and Maputo (Mozambique) and wildlife reserves in Rwanda and South Africa as well as a hotel project on the Comoros Islands.

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