an effort to better understand large carnivores like lions and wild dogs,
scientists in Zambia use radio collars to track their movements, distribution,
and behavior. The more we know about these umbrella species, the better we can
protect them and mitigate human-wildlife conflict with the communities they
share land with.
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.
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