- published: 07 Mar 2012
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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
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.
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
*A hidden population of lions estimated to be at least 100 in number has lived undiscovered until now.* The Alatash National Park in north-western Ethiopia is home to the lions and the discovery was made by researchers from Oxford's Wildlife Conservation Research Unit during an expedition in the park. Unknown lion population discovered in NW Ethiopia, near Sudan border https://t.co/A27dZZB4cD @BFFoundation pic.twitter.com/YARCT7UI8l— maggie jonas (@mmaggie47) February 1, 2016 "Li… READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2016/02/01/hidden-population-of-lions-discovered-in-ethiopia Africanews is a new pan-African media pioneering multilingual and independent news telling expertise in Sub-Saharan Africa. Subscribe on ourYoutube channel : https://www.youtube.com/c/africanews Africa...
DireTube Video - The Miserable Life of Wild Animals in Ethiopia DireTube is the Largest online Media in Ethiopia Since 2008 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Kaleab Mulugeta - Enja Semonun (እንጃ ሰሞኑን) ❤ New! Ethiopian Music Video 2017" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZ1yRHGb4bY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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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/
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This is a documentary movie that shows the wildlife content of Ethiopia.
Video taken by the Zoom Safari Team check out their channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-WxxocJKSC6tVGGOSnJlcQ The Hamar live among the bush covered hills on the eastern side of the Omo Valley in southern Ethiopia. They are a tribe with unique rituals such as a cattle-leaping ceremony that men go through in order to reach adulthood
https://www.allthingsethiopia.com Ethiopia has a wide animal variety of animals. They include Rufous Elephant Shrew, Aardvark, Rock hyrax, African bush elephant, Abyssinian Hare, Four-toed Hedgehog, Cheetah, Caracal, Lion, African civet, Rusty-spotted genet, Marsh mongoose, Spotted hyena, Aardwolf, Rüppell's fox, Side-striped jackal, Speckled-throated Otter, African wild ass, Burchell's zebra, Grévy's zebra, Black rhinoceros, Bushpig, Hippopotamus, Giraffe, Dorcas gazelle and many more. This slide show is of only a few species in illustration form. Please take a look at the website for full detailed information http://www.wildlifeethiopia.com
This video is a collage of some of my favorite places in Uganda, Rwanda, and Ethiopia. The chimpanzee in the footage is "Kalema" who lives at Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary. I composed the music which is inspired by my love for the wildlife and animals in Africa. The name of the music composition is Mayanja, which is a Buganda name.
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