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Should You Be Going on Safari in Zimbabwe? | Elizabeth Gordon

MUST READ! A thoughtful and realistic article  on World opinion of  elephant issues and tourism in Zimbabwe by Elizabeth Gordon… Elizabeth Gordon visited Chilo Gorge last year, and has informed comments to make on crucial issues concerning tourism, the revenue from which … Continue reading

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A Story of Survival against the odds……………..

Eclipse was a young wild dog within our Mambira Pack on Senuko, whom I got to know personally, naming her so because of a beautiful full-moon, eclipse-shaped mark on her left side….. At the beginning of this year, 2013, I … Continue reading

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