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The market for hippo body parts is bigger than you think. Animal groups suing to halt trade

Usatoday 22 Mar 2024
Fish and Wildlife Service ... Wild hippos were historically found across Africa in more than three dozen countries, but are no longer found in Algeria, Egypt, Liberia and Mauritania, the wildlife service said.
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Book Box | Wandering in the wild pages: A literary exploration of wildlife

Hindustan Times 21 Oct 2023
I love Neha Sinha's columns on wildlife, and here as always, she writes beautifully, this time on Ghazala Shahabuddin, a wildlife biologist, who moved from Venezuela to Algeria to Delhi, with many fieldwork trips to Mukteshwar in the Himalayas.
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Photographer Is Accompanied by an Adorable ‘Assistant’ While Taking Photos in the Wild

The Epoch Times 09 Apr 2023
Wildlife photographer Djamel Hadj Aissa from Gharda�a in Algeria, is a member of the famous family that founded the first ...
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Amazing locations to consider if you’re longing to move abroad

TravelDailyNews 17 Feb 2023
Fortunately, this system was overthrown and now South Africa is a multiracial paradise with beautiful weather, great beaches and amazing wildlife ... Algeria. Algeria is a stone’s throw from Morocco.
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'Fire tornado' kills 38 at wildlife park in Algeria

Sott 20 Aug 2022
A horror 'fire tornado' has killed at least 38 people in Algeria after it ripped through a wildlife park and incinerated 12 people trying to escape the flames ...
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'Fire tornado' kills dozens at Algerian zoo: Raging forest blaze 'sweeps everything away in seconds' ...

The Daily Mail 18 Aug 2022
A horror 'fire tornado' has killed at least 38 people in Algeria after it ripped through a wildlife park and incinerated 12 people trying to escape a flaming bus.
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