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Samuel Maina · February, 2009

A conservationist, environmental journalist and blogger, Samuel writes about wildlife and environment. Currently Communications Consultant at Kijani Media.

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Latest posts by Samuel Maina from February, 2009

24 February 2009

D.R. Congo: Chimps are Not Pets

The mainstream media is abuzz with news of a 15-year old 200 pound (90kg) chimpanzee that attacked a woman in Stamford, Connecticut, USA. The Ape, which had starred in TV...

17 February 2009

Kenya: Urgent Translocation of the Lelwel Hartebeest

At the close of 2008, squatters who had been evicted from the Mount Kenya and Aberdare forests about two decades ago in Kenya were allocated plots a section, Sector D,...

6 February 2009

What does Krill Fishing and Sandalwood Harvesting Have in Common?

At first glance, there is no way Krill and Sandalwood could have anything in common: one is a sea animal and the other is a land plant. If you examine...

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