• Wonderful wildlife in Nigeria

    Chester Zoo has been supporting conservation work in Gashaka Gumti National Park, Nigeria, since 1994. The park is a biodiversity hot-spot, and is the home to a huge variety of wonderfully diverse wildlife, including probably the last viable population of the Cameroon-Nigeria chimpanzee sub-species. The Gashaka Biodiversity Project, led by Chester Zoo, aims to protect the forest and the diverse fauna and flora living within it. Camera traps set up by our Gashaka Biodiversity Project have captured this footage. How many of the animals can you identify? More information about the Gashaka Biodiversity Project, here: http://bit.ly/1mF7Zjo

    published: 22 Jul 2014
  • The Mysterious Nigerian Men Who Tame Wild Beasts

    Hyena Boys: The incredible Nigerian nomads who are able to tame wild hyenas How much would you pay to kill a Lion? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5uLiqe-oq8 Subscribe to Journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/journeymanpictures For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/?lid=68317 Meet Nigeria's hyena boys, fearless nomadic traders working in a family business like no other. The animal handlers tame wild hyenas from a young age and have an entourage of snakes and baboons in football kits. "I have been doing this since I was five", says a wiry man crouching next to his hyena. "Since the animal was little, I've been feeding him, giving him meat and medicine." Now the beast is tame enough to be tethered, paraded and wrestled with in public. But the h...

    published: 02 Mar 2015
  • Green Angle | Wildlife conservation | TVC Nigeria

    Do you know certain animals can go extinct? Well, this depends largely on human activities and the general attitude towards wild life. Adebote Oluwaseyifunmi is a conservationist, he speaks to green angle about the need to conserve wild life.

    published: 22 Aug 2016
  • Searching for the last lions in Nigeria

    Finding a lion in Nigeria's Yankari Game reserve is no mean feat, with just 400 lions remaining in West Africa and no simple solution to saving the ones that remain.

    published: 21 Mar 2016
  • National Geographic | Wild Animal Documentary - Amazing Africa : Nigeria

    National Geographic | Wild Animal Documentary - Amazing Africa : Nigeria National Geographic | Wild Animal Documentary - Amazing Africa : Nigeria ... National Geographic | Wild Animal Documentary - Amazing Africa : Nigeria National Geographic | Wild Animal Documentary - Amazing Africa : Nigeria . Full Documentary, Documentary,documentary films,documentary history channel,documentary 2014,documentary history,documentary on serial killers, ... National Geographic | Wild Animal Documentary - Amazing Africa : Nigeria National Geographic | Wild Animal Documentary - Amazing Africa : Nigeria

    published: 29 Sep 2015
  • Lion spotting in Africa - Nigeria

    We were on the move in the dark jungles of Nigeria looking for some wild life viewing. We were on the lookout for small predators, deers and other animals when suddenly we heard a big roar. No one was actually expecting to see a lion to be honest and we found ourselves really close to him. It looked like he just had his lunch and was relaxing. It was a great spot nonetheless! Enjoyed the kings royal show thoroughly. :)

    published: 29 Dec 2011
  • Conservationists tackle extinction of Nigerian lions

    Nigeria, 15 March -- The Ibadan Zoological Centre is conducting a programme to nurture and protect lions with the hope that they will breed. It is reported that there are less than 40 of these species left in the wild.

    published: 15 Mar 2013
  • Gashaka Gumti national park: Nigeria's Eco treasury.

    Gashaka Gumti,Nigerias Largest national park is blessed with two climatic type and four vegetation zones.It is a park that is rugged,challenging and wild life rich.Gashaka Gumti National park is Savannah woodland,Rain forest,montane grassland as well as Forest.It is tropical as well as temperate cool.It is Beautiful and species rich rivers as well as an adventurously enigmatic wilderness.

    published: 22 Jan 2016
  • Hunting Tribes | Tribes & Ethnic Groups - Planet Doc Full Documentaries

    Bariba are a hunting tribe also called betamaribe or somba people. They are one of the most primitive tribes of Africa. ▶ SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc Full Documentaries every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday! ▶ TRIBES DOCUMENTARIES | http://bit.ly/PlTribes They live in Borgou, in northern Benin between Nigeria and Togo. Formerly hunters, today they also grow crops and keep livestock, but hunting is still more for them than just a way to acquire food. They hunt in small groups led by a chief. Their arrowheads are treated with Strophanthus, a deadly poison that they get from a plant. Every May, a number of tribes come together for the hunt. The hunters set out from their villages playing flutes and beaded rattles.The Council of Elders selects a meeting place. The hunt is very impor...

    published: 20 Dec 2014
  • SHOCKING: What You Find In Nigeria's Bush Meat Market

    ► Subscribe to BattaBox on YouTube: http://goo.gl/4dgy2r On BattaBox you have seen Odunayo eaten Dog meat, grass cutter meat, and also visited a fish market in Lagos. But what other animals do people eat? You are about to see the weirdest animals people eat and find to be delicious... "Antelope is the best meat i've ever chewed," says one customer BattaBox presenter Odunayo and kayode travel to Epe, a district on the outskirts of Lagos to find the famous 'Oluwo Meat Market' where one can find different kinds of animals both dead or alive which people buy to eat. In this market, you'll find animals like Antelopes, Bush dogs, Bush cats, deers etc for sale. People come from far and near to buy this meats and some of them even testified it is delicious. "We sell all sorts of animals," say...

    published: 11 May 2016
  • WILD,DANGEROUS ANIMALS CONVERGE IN IKORODU, NIGERIA - FESTOUR

    At Ebute Water Front in Ikorodu area of the Lagos state, young Kosoko has already put in place facilities worth millions of naira for his zoological garden. Christened origin gardens, the place is located in such a way to help tourist and visitors relax while savouring the beauty and elegance and the movement of the sea as well as having enough time to see the animals as they gyrate in all manner of mesmerization. For Abiola Kosoko, the idea began thus: "This zoo is the type of dream I have throughout my school days. And anywhere that has been forgotten I've always wished to add life to it in terms of development and expansion. I tried this the first year, that was some nine years ago and it did not quite click. Then when Senator Ahmed Tinubu became governor in 1999, I approached him with ...

    published: 02 Feb 2013
  • EBOLA IN BUSHMEAT - BUSHMEAT is STILL Being SOLD & EATEN in West Africa Despite EBOLA RISK

    SUBSCRIBE to ELITE NWO AGENDA for Latest on EBOLA OUTBREAK / FALSE FLAG ATTACK / NEW WORLD ORDER / HUMANITY / AGENDA 21 http://www.youtube.com/EliteNWOAgenda EBOLA IN BUSHMEAT - BUSHMEAT is STILL Being SOLD & EATEN in West Africa Despite EBOLA RISK TO THE foreign eye, it looks like a flattened, blackened lump of unidentifiable animal parts. To many Africans, however, bush meat - the cooked, dried or smoked remains of a host of wild animals, from bats to monkeys - is not only the food of their forefathers, but also life-sustaining protein. And as it has been during past Ebola outbreaks, bush meat is once again suspected to have been the bridge that caused the deadly disease to go from the animal world to the human one. All it takes is a single transmission event from animal to human - h...

    published: 12 Aug 2014
  • Lions Attack Buffalo Meters From Tourists

    A pride of four lions attack a buffalo mere meters from tourists near the Mantimahle Waterhole in the Kruger National Park in South Africa. This amazing footage was captured by field guide, Marten Lange. “I had two American guests for a morning drive and at the top of the lady's wish list was to see lions”, says Lange. Lange, who had received word on a lion sighting, told the guest that she might be in for a surprise as they proceeded on their morning game drive. “I found the four male lions lying under a Magic Guarri bush and the lady was ecstatic when one lifted his head to see what was going on”, he says. Being about 50 meters away, Lange waited with the guests to see if the lions would move closer toward the road for a better photographic opportunity. “After about 20 minutes somethi...

    published: 25 Feb 2016
  • 19-day Kenya and Tanzania African Wildlife Safari (2013)

    A comprehensive safari across the 'icons' of East Africa, including the Maasai Mara, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire National Park and Lake Victoria; some of the most sought after and beautiful areas of Kenya and Tanzania. Stay at unique lodges, tented camps and private tented safari, many with breathtaking views and wonderful wildlife viewing opportunities. Visit http://www.africansafaris.co.nz for more safari ideas.

    published: 09 Dec 2013
  • Chimpanzee conservation in Nigeria - Act for Wildlife

    Chester Zoo's Scott Wilson describing the project at Gashaka Gumti National Park as part of the Nigerian Conservation Project. Find out more at http://www.actforwildlife.org.uk/nigeria

    published: 04 Jul 2012
  • Hippo Bites Land Rover As Lions Attack

    A bit more about the sighting: In this video it is incredible to see how a pride of lion attempt to take down a fully grown hippopotamus. Watch how the hippo turns to take its frustration out on a nearby vehicle. 25 year old, Dean Grant, works in the construction industry as a Finance and Operations Manager but during his off-time, he decided to head off to the Kruger National Park with his family. “Having visited game parks on many family holidays growing up, we had never seen anything like this. We told many rangers about our experience none of which had ever heard of such a thing and said if they had been asked "would lion ever attack a hippo?", they would have said no. We saw the attack quite early in the morning. We had driven into the park from Mjejane as soon as the gates were ...

    published: 03 Nov 2016
Wonderful wildlife in Nigeria

Wonderful wildlife in Nigeria

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  • Updated: 22 Jul 2014
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Chester Zoo has been supporting conservation work in Gashaka Gumti National Park, Nigeria, since 1994. The park is a biodiversity hot-spot, and is the home to a huge variety of wonderfully diverse wildlife, including probably the last viable population of the Cameroon-Nigeria chimpanzee sub-species. The Gashaka Biodiversity Project, led by Chester Zoo, aims to protect the forest and the diverse fauna and flora living within it. Camera traps set up by our Gashaka Biodiversity Project have captured this footage. How many of the animals can you identify? More information about the Gashaka Biodiversity Project, here: http://bit.ly/1mF7Zjo
https://wn.com/Wonderful_Wildlife_In_Nigeria
The Mysterious Nigerian Men Who Tame Wild Beasts

The Mysterious Nigerian Men Who Tame Wild Beasts

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Hyena Boys: The incredible Nigerian nomads who are able to tame wild hyenas How much would you pay to kill a Lion? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5uLiqe-oq8 Subscribe to Journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/journeymanpictures For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/?lid=68317 Meet Nigeria's hyena boys, fearless nomadic traders working in a family business like no other. The animal handlers tame wild hyenas from a young age and have an entourage of snakes and baboons in football kits. "I have been doing this since I was five", says a wiry man crouching next to his hyena. "Since the animal was little, I've been feeding him, giving him meat and medicine." Now the beast is tame enough to be tethered, paraded and wrestled with in public. But the hyena boys must also be tamed, fed strange medicines from infancy, and plied with snakes to be integrated into the community fuelled by the belief that they are spiritually connected to the animals. Tarryn Crossman - Ref 6372 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
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Green Angle | Wildlife conservation | TVC Nigeria

Green Angle | Wildlife conservation | TVC Nigeria

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  • Updated: 22 Aug 2016
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Do you know certain animals can go extinct? Well, this depends largely on human activities and the general attitude towards wild life. Adebote Oluwaseyifunmi is a conservationist, he speaks to green angle about the need to conserve wild life.
https://wn.com/Green_Angle_|_Wildlife_Conservation_|_Tvc_Nigeria
Searching for the last lions in Nigeria

Searching for the last lions in Nigeria

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  • Updated: 21 Mar 2016
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Finding a lion in Nigeria's Yankari Game reserve is no mean feat, with just 400 lions remaining in West Africa and no simple solution to saving the ones that remain.
https://wn.com/Searching_For_The_Last_Lions_In_Nigeria
National Geographic | Wild Animal Documentary - Amazing Africa : Nigeria

National Geographic | Wild Animal Documentary - Amazing Africa : Nigeria

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  • Updated: 29 Sep 2015
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National Geographic | Wild Animal Documentary - Amazing Africa : Nigeria National Geographic | Wild Animal Documentary - Amazing Africa : Nigeria ... National Geographic | Wild Animal Documentary - Amazing Africa : Nigeria National Geographic | Wild Animal Documentary - Amazing Africa : Nigeria . Full Documentary, Documentary,documentary films,documentary history channel,documentary 2014,documentary history,documentary on serial killers, ... National Geographic | Wild Animal Documentary - Amazing Africa : Nigeria National Geographic | Wild Animal Documentary - Amazing Africa : Nigeria
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Lion spotting in Africa - Nigeria

Lion spotting in Africa - Nigeria

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  • Updated: 29 Dec 2011
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We were on the move in the dark jungles of Nigeria looking for some wild life viewing. We were on the lookout for small predators, deers and other animals when suddenly we heard a big roar. No one was actually expecting to see a lion to be honest and we found ourselves really close to him. It looked like he just had his lunch and was relaxing. It was a great spot nonetheless! Enjoyed the kings royal show thoroughly. :)
https://wn.com/Lion_Spotting_In_Africa_Nigeria
Conservationists tackle extinction of Nigerian lions

Conservationists tackle extinction of Nigerian lions

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  • Updated: 15 Mar 2013
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Nigeria, 15 March -- The Ibadan Zoological Centre is conducting a programme to nurture and protect lions with the hope that they will breed. It is reported that there are less than 40 of these species left in the wild.
https://wn.com/Conservationists_Tackle_Extinction_Of_Nigerian_Lions
Gashaka Gumti national park: Nigeria's Eco treasury.

Gashaka Gumti national park: Nigeria's Eco treasury.

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  • Updated: 22 Jan 2016
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Gashaka Gumti,Nigerias Largest national park is blessed with two climatic type and four vegetation zones.It is a park that is rugged,challenging and wild life rich.Gashaka Gumti National park is Savannah woodland,Rain forest,montane grassland as well as Forest.It is tropical as well as temperate cool.It is Beautiful and species rich rivers as well as an adventurously enigmatic wilderness.
https://wn.com/Gashaka_Gumti_National_Park_Nigeria's_Eco_Treasury.
Hunting Tribes | Tribes & Ethnic Groups - Planet Doc Full Documentaries

Hunting Tribes | Tribes & Ethnic Groups - Planet Doc Full Documentaries

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  • Updated: 20 Dec 2014
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Bariba are a hunting tribe also called betamaribe or somba people. They are one of the most primitive tribes of Africa. ▶ SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc Full Documentaries every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday! ▶ TRIBES DOCUMENTARIES | http://bit.ly/PlTribes They live in Borgou, in northern Benin between Nigeria and Togo. Formerly hunters, today they also grow crops and keep livestock, but hunting is still more for them than just a way to acquire food. They hunt in small groups led by a chief. Their arrowheads are treated with Strophanthus, a deadly poison that they get from a plant. Every May, a number of tribes come together for the hunt. The hunters set out from their villages playing flutes and beaded rattles.The Council of Elders selects a meeting place. The hunt is very important for the Somba people. They hunt to eat and to demonstrate their courage and intelligence. Special powers are attributed to the hunters, particularly to the chiefs, who have the ability to neutralize the animals that they are going to hunt. When everything is ready, they’ll give the order to set out. No one knows how long they will be in the bush, and the hunt may sometimes last for weeks. The Bariba use hunting lures. Of all the Somba groups they have the most ingenious hunting techniques. They hunt antelopes, zebras, monkeys, elephants, buffalo and all kinds of birds. This camouflaged hunter moves silently across the land. He knows the terrain and the behaviour of his prey intimately. If luck smiles on them and they take down a large animal, they will carry it back home to cut into pieces and share all around. Forest rangers allow the Bariba to hunt, but not so the poachers who use rifles rather than arrows and sell ivory and tusks on the black market. ▶ SUBSCRIBE | http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc ▶ FULL DOCUMENTARIES | http://bit.ly/Full-Docs ▶ TRIBES DOCUMENTARIES | http://bit.ly/PlTribes ▶ FACEBOOK | http://bit.ly/FBPDoc ▶ TWITTER | http://bit.ly/TwPDoc ▶ TUMBLR | http://bit.ly/TbPlDoc
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SHOCKING: What You Find In Nigeria's Bush Meat Market

SHOCKING: What You Find In Nigeria's Bush Meat Market

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  • Updated: 11 May 2016
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► Subscribe to BattaBox on YouTube: http://goo.gl/4dgy2r On BattaBox you have seen Odunayo eaten Dog meat, grass cutter meat, and also visited a fish market in Lagos. But what other animals do people eat? You are about to see the weirdest animals people eat and find to be delicious... "Antelope is the best meat i've ever chewed," says one customer BattaBox presenter Odunayo and kayode travel to Epe, a district on the outskirts of Lagos to find the famous 'Oluwo Meat Market' where one can find different kinds of animals both dead or alive which people buy to eat. In this market, you'll find animals like Antelopes, Bush dogs, Bush cats, deers etc for sale. People come from far and near to buy this meats and some of them even testified it is delicious. "We sell all sorts of animals," says one of the sellers Since Epe is still a developing town, there are lots of hunters who go into the forest to hunt and they find different weird animals which people are not afraid to eat. "We buy them from the hunters in the forest," says one woman who sells deer meat Watch out for the part 2 of this video and don't forget to share with your friends... Enjoy! **** CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE FOR NEW BATTABOX VIDEOS EVERYDAY: http://battabox.com/subscribe/ YOU can support BattaBox here: http://www.patreon.com/BattaBox ... Website: http://BattaBox.com ... YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/BattaBox ... Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BattaBox ... Twitter: http://twitter.com/BattaBoxNigeria ... Google+: http://www.google.com/+BattaBox ... Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/BattaBox ... Vine: http://vine.co/BattaBox **** BattaBox is the most exciting Nigerian News & Entertainment Video channel based in Lagos. We are the fact behind Nigerian Movies fiction, Nollywood in real-life with a dash of Yoruba Movie Magic - but none of our videos are made-up like Nollywood - they are all true stories! BattaBox is Nigeria Like You've Never Seen Before!
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WILD,DANGEROUS ANIMALS CONVERGE IN IKORODU, NIGERIA - FESTOUR

WILD,DANGEROUS ANIMALS CONVERGE IN IKORODU, NIGERIA - FESTOUR

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  • Updated: 02 Feb 2013
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At Ebute Water Front in Ikorodu area of the Lagos state, young Kosoko has already put in place facilities worth millions of naira for his zoological garden. Christened origin gardens, the place is located in such a way to help tourist and visitors relax while savouring the beauty and elegance and the movement of the sea as well as having enough time to see the animals as they gyrate in all manner of mesmerization. For Abiola Kosoko, the idea began thus: "This zoo is the type of dream I have throughout my school days. And anywhere that has been forgotten I've always wished to add life to it in terms of development and expansion. I tried this the first year, that was some nine years ago and it did not quite click. Then when Senator Ahmed Tinubu became governor in 1999, I approached him with the idea of this project. But his advisers told him I was a land speculator and so they should shun me. That was when I decided to go on with this project alone", he disclosed smiling. "That was why I had to buy this piece of water front with my own money. I bought it then and waited for six months so that I could get some animals to fill the place. The intention was for me to start making money from it immediately and so from 22 ndDecember 2006, the animals were all in cages, chained because greater part of the land was not developed. But then we needed to take off. And you will not believe it, from that 2006 December till 2007 January we made close to N600,000. And that was how we started and that is indeed where we are," Kosoko declared, broad smile of satisfaction registering on his face. "So far there are no sponsors," Kosoko bemoaned, grimacing. "I even went as far as using my family's property worth over five hundred million naira as collateral to take off. And so with that I have been able to come this far," he asserted. WIN, an acronym for "What Is New" is a comprehensive multimedia services package for maximum news distribution across several media channels via WIN TV, exclusively dedicated for New Media production and Broadcating
https://wn.com/Wild,Dangerous_Animals_Converge_In_Ikorodu,_Nigeria_Festour
EBOLA IN BUSHMEAT - BUSHMEAT is STILL Being SOLD & EATEN in West Africa Despite EBOLA RISK

EBOLA IN BUSHMEAT - BUSHMEAT is STILL Being SOLD & EATEN in West Africa Despite EBOLA RISK

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  • Updated: 12 Aug 2014
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SUBSCRIBE to ELITE NWO AGENDA for Latest on EBOLA OUTBREAK / FALSE FLAG ATTACK / NEW WORLD ORDER / HUMANITY / AGENDA 21 http://www.youtube.com/EliteNWOAgenda EBOLA IN BUSHMEAT - BUSHMEAT is STILL Being SOLD & EATEN in West Africa Despite EBOLA RISK TO THE foreign eye, it looks like a flattened, blackened lump of unidentifiable animal parts. To many Africans, however, bush meat - the cooked, dried or smoked remains of a host of wild animals, from bats to monkeys - is not only the food of their forefathers, but also life-sustaining protein. And as it has been during past Ebola outbreaks, bush meat is once again suspected to have been the bridge that caused the deadly disease to go from the animal world to the human one. All it takes is a single transmission event from animal to human - handling an uncooked bat with the virus, for example - to create an epidemic. Human-to-human contact then becomes the primary source of infection. "If you know that the Ebola virus is introduced in one area, it's probably an extra good time to stop eating bush meat," said Dr Daniel Bausch, an associate professor of tropical medicine at Tulane University. What is bush meat? It varies. It can be chimpanzee, gorilla or monkey. It could also be rat, deer or fruit bat. The animals are captured and sold for sustenance where other sources of protein from domesticated animals are scarce or prohibitively expensive. West Africans said they have been eating bush meat for longer than anyone can remember. And even where it is outlawed and frowned upon by conservationists, you can still find it available in markets and on street corners. Ebola crisis: why is there bush meat in the UK? The Ebola virus was probably spread by illegal bush meat - and there’s plenty smuggled into the UK We don’t know why West Africa is currently suffering from the largest outbreak of Ebola, but humans were almost certainly first infected through contact with “bush meat”. The virus, which causes internal and external bleeding and is often fatal, is spread through close contact with the sweat, blood and organs of infected animals. Wild animals killed in the forest are an African delicacy known as bush meat, and many of these illegally-hunted creatures, including chimpanzees, gorillas, fruit bats, monkeys, forest antelope and porcupines, carry Ebola. Every year, 7,500 tonnes of bush meat is imported into Britain, according to wildlife charity the Born Free Foundation. Food critic Charles Campion, who has investigated the sale of bush meat in London markets, says that African immigrants buy the black-market meats for a taste of home. 170 health workershave been infected by the Ebola virus? The World Health Organization is reporting this as a fact, Ebola “is not airborne” and that getting infected “requires close contact with the bodily fluids of an infected person”. I could understand a handful of “mistakes” by health workers, These health workers take extraordinary precautions to keep from getting the virus. If it is spreading so easily ? bushmeat game "game meat" restaurant animal monkey antilope lagos nigeria africa "west africa" customer wild wildlife meat steak disease ebola "ebola outbreak" livestock food "food safety" safety humanity disease crisis infection epidemic consumer supermarket "african food" hunter hunting hunger food culture demand shopping illness community health healthcare doctor hospital 2014 2014 medicine medication vaccine usa america warning u.s. usa "united states" aid charity "elite nwo agenda" news media entertainment kangaroo meat recipe tradition traditional truth agenda george soros bioweapon lab patient zero ground zero 28 days later i am legend contaigon alex jones infowars daboo77 louis farrakhan coast to coast am Ebola Vaccine Could be ‘rushed through’ for 2015 The World Health Organisation said a vaccine could be 'rushed through' by early next year. Hospitals in Europe are preparing for the possible spread of Ebola out of Africa as the World Health Organisation said a vaccine could be ‘rushed through’ by early next year. Doctors at the specialised quarantine unit at Berlin’s Charite hospital today showed off their readiness, amid news that two Germans could be carrying the deadly virus. One suspected victim was yesterday in isolation at a Hamburg hospital after coming down with a fever after a visit to Sierra Leone, where the virus has claimed 12 lives. Is The CDC Really Telling Us the Truth About Ebola? Another government ruse to get us to panic and spend our money on useless vaccinations? What You Need to Do to Survive Ebola BEFORE the Panic Starts The Ebola virus is spreading and no one in any position of authority is releasing information to the public about how serious of a contagion this is Ebola Can be Turned into Bioweapon, Russian & UK Experts Warn “Such possibility exists,” says Russian head of Department of Infectious Diseases...
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Lions Attack Buffalo Meters From Tourists

Lions Attack Buffalo Meters From Tourists

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A pride of four lions attack a buffalo mere meters from tourists near the Mantimahle Waterhole in the Kruger National Park in South Africa. This amazing footage was captured by field guide, Marten Lange. “I had two American guests for a morning drive and at the top of the lady's wish list was to see lions”, says Lange. Lange, who had received word on a lion sighting, told the guest that she might be in for a surprise as they proceeded on their morning game drive. “I found the four male lions lying under a Magic Guarri bush and the lady was ecstatic when one lifted his head to see what was going on”, he says. Being about 50 meters away, Lange waited with the guests to see if the lions would move closer toward the road for a better photographic opportunity. “After about 20 minutes something caught my eye and I saw two stragglers from the southern side of the road following the rest of the herd of buffalo that had already crossed the road and headed north to drink. I later learn't that the lions tried their luck with the herd but got chased off. I saw that the two buffalo were heading straight towards us and were going to cross the road right in front of us. There was a footpath leading down towards the water and the lions in the front of my vehicle. I suggested that my guests get their cameras ready because I could sense something might just happen”, continues Lange. Lange noticed the one buffalo was carrying a bad limp causing it to fall behind it’s herd. “Suddenly one lion lifted it's head and saw the buffalo. Then all hell broke loose and the lions started the chase, he says. Slipping on the tar road, the lions brought the buffalo down only meters in front of the ecstatic spectators. “It was like watching an exciting wildlife documentary, but now we were part of the action. I have seen a couple of kills by leopard, lion, cheetah, wild dog, and hyena. But nothing previously seen could compare with this experience, because it was so in your face. My guests were absolutely blown away”, Lange says. “The fourth and larger of the lions went to have a look what was on the menu lied down for a while got up and came straight to my vehicle. I asked my guests not to move and everything will be ok. It was absolutely awesome to be so close to the King of the bush”, he continues.
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19-day Kenya and Tanzania African Wildlife Safari (2013)

19-day Kenya and Tanzania African Wildlife Safari (2013)

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A comprehensive safari across the 'icons' of East Africa, including the Maasai Mara, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire National Park and Lake Victoria; some of the most sought after and beautiful areas of Kenya and Tanzania. Stay at unique lodges, tented camps and private tented safari, many with breathtaking views and wonderful wildlife viewing opportunities. Visit http://www.africansafaris.co.nz for more safari ideas.
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Chimpanzee conservation in Nigeria - Act for Wildlife

Chimpanzee conservation in Nigeria - Act for Wildlife

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  • Updated: 04 Jul 2012
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Chester Zoo's Scott Wilson describing the project at Gashaka Gumti National Park as part of the Nigerian Conservation Project. Find out more at http://www.actforwildlife.org.uk/nigeria
https://wn.com/Chimpanzee_Conservation_In_Nigeria_Act_For_Wildlife
Hippo Bites Land Rover As Lions Attack

Hippo Bites Land Rover As Lions Attack

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  • Updated: 03 Nov 2016
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A bit more about the sighting: In this video it is incredible to see how a pride of lion attempt to take down a fully grown hippopotamus. Watch how the hippo turns to take its frustration out on a nearby vehicle. 25 year old, Dean Grant, works in the construction industry as a Finance and Operations Manager but during his off-time, he decided to head off to the Kruger National Park with his family. “Having visited game parks on many family holidays growing up, we had never seen anything like this. We told many rangers about our experience none of which had ever heard of such a thing and said if they had been asked "would lion ever attack a hippo?", they would have said no. We saw the attack quite early in the morning. We had driven into the park from Mjejane as soon as the gates were open. We decided to go west along the river to start our drive. All our eyes were peeled, we were feeling fresh and excited searching the bush in anticipation, not knowing what our first big spot of the day would be. We were really hoping to see some cats as we had yet to tick those off our lists. We hardly expected to see a pride of 8 females and some teenage cubs in full attack mode right in front of us. The initial sighting of the lions, full of energy, sparked excitement. This was followed by a feeling of sorrow for the poor old hippo who didn’t stand much chance against the lion pride. Horror, when the thought of how much pain and stress the hippo was in and to see the hippo’s eyes realise imminent death. However, as this is an event of life taking its course, I felt a sense of respect for the lion pride’s hard work and determination to make their next big kill to feed the pride. A feeling of uncertainty also made an appearance as the hippo made a move towards the river, “Was the hippo maybe going to make a great escape and get itself down to the river?”. It was a moment for which I will always feel privileged to have witnessed this scene unwind. The sighting ended when the hippo made its way down into a ditch off the road just out of sight. The lions where now taking turns at attacking the hippo and getting through its tough skin while the others lay up the hill in the shade panting and taking small naps. Knowing that the hippo’s chances were now over they were no longer in a rush. We watched the exhausted lions for a while before driving off feeling very privileged. We returned later that afternoon to find the lions passed out and very full from their well-deserved meal.” Send in your wildlife video here, and earn money: http://www.latestsightings.com/content/partnership To license the footage: Contact@LatestSightings.com To book a safari, click here: http://www.latestsightings.com/holidays Snapchat: LatestSightings Twitter & Instagram: @LatestKruger For live wildlife sightings in the Kruger National Park: http://www.latestsightings.com/ And like our Facebook page for great sightings and photos: https://www.facebook.com/latestsightingskruger Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/LatestSightings
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