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Gambella - Ethiopia's wet western most region - shelters an important wildlife population. Livelihood and landscape are linked, with water as major resource. The Ethiopian Wildlife Conservation Authority is responsible for the protection and management of the park. Gambella's National Park is undergoing a major review. The region shares an important border with the republic of South-Sudan and animals should easily move from one country to the other. Gambella's National Park also has potential for development of ecotourism. This video is about the protection and preservation of Gambella's National Park. Under new management and new visions Gambella National Park is being transformed into a properly managed protected area. More info: www.hoarec.org Produced by: HoA-REC/N and EWCA Year: 2012...
The range of terrain and climate make Ethiopia the fourth largest biodiversity zone on earth – with more unique species of flora than any other country in Africa – and a wildlife lover’s paradise. Ethiopia’s birdlife is among the best in Africa thanks to its incredible range of different habitats and proximity to the equator. Of the 860 species found here, 18 are endemic. Make time to visit Ethiopia, and discover for yourself the origins of so much history and culture - still vibrantly alive in a landscape of dramatic beauty. Come and you will witness how Ethiopia is original in many ways. www.ethiopia.travel © Ethiopian Tourism Organization
In the face of a shrinking natural environment Ethiopia's iconic black-maned lions are dwindling in number, which is why the Born Free Ethiopia Wildlife Sanctuary has its work cut out to protect these big cats from extinction. Duration: 02:48
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The Simien Mountains National Park is one of the most important parks of Ethiopia. The countryside is very beautiful, but the most fascinating are the Gelada Baboons. They are living in groups of 100 animals. It is possible to approach them very closely and to watch how they live on a distance of a few meters. The park can only be entered in company of an armed scout. The baby baboons at 10:13 are especially nice.
Amazingly beautiful video about the nature and the animal world, Ethiopia.
A rare black-maned Lion has been spotted at Bale Mountains National Park in Ethiopia. Ethiopian lions were feared extinct until a population of around 50 were rediscovered in 2016. Since few scientists have studied these big cats, it's unclear if they—and another group of lions across the border in Sudan—represent a separate subspecies. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/02/black-mane-ethiopian-lions-video-endangered-species/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=Social&utm_content=link_tw20170209news-blackmanedlion&utm_campaign=Content&sf55125279=1 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
Lions have been discovered living in the Alatash area of Ethiopia, where they were previously believed to have been wiped out.Around 200 of the animals were found living happily in the wildness, in a rare piece of good news for conservationists and wildlife lovers..Africa’s lion population has been dramatically reduced in recent years due to human hunting and habitat destruction.Estimates now suggest there are fewer than 20,000 of the big cats living on the continent. The Alatash area of Ethiopia was thought to have been just one region where they had died out.However, reported sightings led the Born Free foundation to go an expedition to the area with Oxford University’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU).
This is a documentary movie that shows the wildlife content of Ethiopia.
Abijatta-Shalla National Park in East Shewa Zone, Ethiopia, comprises the Rift Valley lakes of Abijatta and Shalla. It is 887 square kilometres wide, with 482 square kilometres being covered by the lakes' water. This national park is home to a few species of wildlife such as Grant's Gazelle, Ostrich and Warthog. Visitors to the park can drive in their own private vehicles to view the wildlife in their natural setting. Thank you for watching FlightTravels. Remember to subscribe for more travel experiences! FlightTravels Travel Blog: http://www.flighttravels.net/ FlightTravels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FlightTravels/
Chachi Tadesse,Goodwill Ambassador for the Wildlife conservation and all Ethiopian parks, and her colleagues together made this epic music video showing the greatest treasures of Ethiopia. Ethiopia has one of a kind natural heritages that are distinct and glorious. This video depicts perfectly the countries endemic wildlife animals and amazing natural setting.
http://www.eduportal.gr/culture/ Καταφύγιο Άγριας Ζωής Yabelo (Yabelo Wildlife Sanctuary), Ζέβρες, καμηλοπαρδάλεις, γαζέλες..., Το κυνήγι της λεοπάρδαλης "Η αποφασιστική στιγμή" http://www.youtube.com/user/Dimitriosaxos (c) Δημήτριος Κουτάντος, firstname.lastname@example.org, Ιανουάριος 2013...
Crocodile Market, aptly named for its huge congregation of crocodiles, which bask and rest in this part of Lake Chamo, is a fascinating place to spot Ethiopia's wildlife. South of the city of Arba Minch, Lake Chamo, in the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region, is rich in wildlife, which can be spotted on vehicles in the Nechisar National Park. Crocodile Market itself, is best accessed using a chartered boat, which allows visitors a glimpse of hippos, various species of water birds, as well as its star residents: the Nile Crocodiles, which can grow to 7 metres long. Thank you for watching FlightTravels. Remember to subscribe! FlightTravels Travel Blog: http://www.flighttravels.net/ FlightTravels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FlightTravels/