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One of Africa’s Largest Wildlife Ecosystems is Burning and no One Cares

For the last 2 Weeks, Fires at Tsavo National Park in Tsavo Kenya have been raging with zero coverage from any international media Houses.

The Kenyan government has been battling the fierce fires that are threatening vegetation and animals at the Tsavo West National Park. Fresh fires started last week and are being blamed on arsonists. This is the fifth fire at the park over the last couple of weeks with concerns growing over whether other external factors could be involved.

The KWS said in a statement
KWS said it had contained the fires with the help of local volunteers, the National Youth Service and the military – but strong winds in the area reignited it.

It added that both aerial and ground teams were mobilized, at the site to augment the fight to make sure the fire will be extinguished
There will be a team stationed at the park for the next 24 hours to watch out for any further outbreak.

Tsavo is Kenya’s biggest national park and one of the largest wildlife ecosystems in Africa. Its existence is, however, threatened by recurrent fires that are crippling conservation efforts.
This week’s fire is the seventh to be reported in the area within a month but the international media has totally ignored it Unlike other fires Like the Brazil, Califonia forest fires that the International Media has covered and an Old burning Church in France that took up most of the News last year but When it comes to Africa they seem not to care or notice.


One of the largest wildlife ecosystems in Africa is Burning and no one cares
One of Africa’s Largest Wildlife Ecosystems is Burning and no One Cares
One of Africa’s Largest Wildlife Ecosystems is Burning and no One Cares