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2009-11-03 05:45:00

Scientists now believe that the two infamous man-eating lions of Tsavo, which allegedly claimed 135 victims during railroad construction in Kenya in 1898, may have only killed around 35 people.

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2009-08-31 06:25:00

Kenya's drought is having an impact on the country's wildlife, causing the Kenya Wildlife Service to feed hippos to keep them alive.

2008-10-29 06:00:17

Tsavo Media (www.tsavo.com), a new company focused on the delivery and monetization of niche content to today's digital consumers, today announced the appointment of Sean Percival to the new post of Director of Content.

2008-10-07 06:00:26

Tsavo Media (www.tsavo.com), a new company focused on the delivery and monetization of niche content to today's digital consumers, announced the appointment of Internet marketing veteran Steve Schepke to the new post of General Manager, Tsavo Agency.

2008-09-16 06:00:15

Tsavo Media (www.tsavo.com), a new company focused on delivering highly relevant experiences to today's digital consumers, announced today that it has opened a headquarters office at 2525 Main Street in Santa Monica.

2006-02-13 05:20:00

By Fredrik Dahl TSAVO WEST NATIONAL PARK, Kenya (Reuters) - Desperate Maasai herdsmen are driving cattle into one of Kenya's largest national parks in search of scarce water and pasture, threatening its famous wild animals and the habitat that brings the state much-needed tourist revenue.

2005-08-26 10:15:00

Kenya began moving 400 elephants from an overcrowded reserve on its Indian Ocean coast on Thursday in an unprecedented transportation intended to protect the environment and reduce conflict with local people.

2005-08-25 07:10:13

By David Mwangi SHIMBA HILLS, Kenya (Reuters) - Kenya began moving 400 elephants from an overcrowded reserve on its Indian Ocean coast on Thursday in an unprecedented transportation intended to protect the environment and reduce conflict with local people.


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