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  • What kind of animals live in KAZA? And four other KAZA facts

    The Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA) is home to almost half of Africa’s elephants, as well as an array of other animals such as African wild dogs, hippos, rhinos, lions, African buffalo, zebras, crocodiles, and cheetahs. Learn more about KAZA and what WWF is doing for it.

    Elephants at sunset in Namibia
  • Wild Dog Safaris in Botswana

    WWF Magazine: Summer 2015
    Basking in the presence of Africa's canines
    Wild dog silhouettes in the sunset
  • Calling KAZA Home: The Animals of Southern Africa

    May 19, 2014

    The Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA) crosses five southern African countries and protects 109 million acres of land. The breadth and variety of wildlife in KAZA is astounding.

    hippo in water
  • Perked Up: African Wild Dogs

    WWF Magazine: Winter 2013
    Photographer Will Burrard-Lucas captures up-close images of these social animals with his signature 'BeetleCam'
    African wild dogs in Zamibia