- published: 04 Jun 2016
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Audio by Max & Sophie, who have travelled to South Sudan and published a travel guide about South Sudan's River Nile and Boma National Park, the best national park in Africa, with over one million Antelopes, countless number of gazelles, zebras, giraffes, crocodiles, hippos, leopards, lions, birds galore, any many more wildlife.
A video of pictures of South Sudan
With stunning scenery and abundant wildlife, South Sudan has natural resources that could bring in tourist dollars to help boost the country's economy. But the country's civil war has prevented the tourism industry from taking hold. Now both sides are being accused of butchering animals to feed their troops. Al Jazeera's Nick Clark reports from South Sudan. More on our website: http://aljazeera.com Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/AJEngligh Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Find us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/aljazeera
insight view into the natural resource rich southern sudan sudan, beautiful views of the south natural landscape and wildlife
(20 Dec 2016) LEAD IN: Climate change, poaching and deforestation have hugely impacted upon the animal kingdom in 2016. This year also saw the iconic giraffe added to the IUCN red list of threatened species while conservationists have been battling to save the northern white rhino from extinction. STORY-LINE: Life thunders by at Kenya's Maasai Mara Game Reserve as wildebeests in their thousands move towards the Mara River, making a spectacular crossing through its treacherous waterways, before heading towards Tanzania's Serengeti plains. But this year scientists warned that climate change, pollution and deforestation coupled with poaching and the bush meat trade has lead to 2016 marking a new low in wildlife conservation. According to the International Union for Conservation of N...
I learned and experience so much. The Sudan is full of amazing sights, people, history and as you can see animals.
South Sudan armed conflict has devastated one of Africa's largest animal migrations, yet another victim of an ongoing civil war marked by atrocities in which tens of thousands of people have been killed. Both sides of South Sudan's civil war have been accused of slaughtering wildlife including elephant, giraffe and antelope. Conservationists are now calling for government effort to protect the surviving animal population. CCTV's Patrick Oyet reports.
Gabriel Changson Lew Chang, head of finance of SPLM-IO and the former Minister of Wildlife, discusses with VOA’s Vincent Makori about the drastically reduced populations of elephant, giraffe, Nile lechwe, tiang, and other key wildlife species in key biodiversity areas.
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