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Entries for February 2021

Southern Africa’s Most Endangered Shark Just Extended Its Range

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(February 12, 2021) A team of marine scientists led by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) in partnership with the Mozambique National Institute for Fisheries Research (IIP) has confirmed that the Critically Endangered shorttail nurse shark (Pseudoginglymostoma brevicaudatum; formerly Ginglymostoma brevicaudatum) has been found to occur in Mozambique – extending their home range more than 1,367 miles (2,200 kilometers).Known as southern Africa’s most threatened endemic shark, it is one of the s...

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Niassa Special Reserve (NSR) is one of the Mozambique's best conservation area

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(February 02, 2021) According to the prestigious Africa Freak website Niassa Special Reserve is one of the Mozambique's best conservation area, ranked 68 out of 105 conservation areas in Africa.The recent publication characterises NSR in the following terms: "The largest protected wildlife area in Mozambique, Niassa Game Reserve is 42 000 km² of a diverse and ever-changing landscape. With a massive population of wild dogs, it is one of Africa’s top nature reserves to witness...

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