Tsavo National Park

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Tsavo National Park

(tsä`vō), 8,034 sq mi (20,808 sq km), SE Kenya; est. 1948. Located on the semiarid plains, it is a sanctuary for the large animals of E Africa. The Mzima Springs are found there.
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KENYA: Research scientists install a GPS satellite collar on the neck of an elephant in the Tsavo East National Park to map out migratory routes (AP Photo) RUSSIA Icebreaker Mudyug leads bulk carrier Federal Danube, as men fish in the frozen Gulf of Finland.
After the elephants get to between 12 and 18 months old, they are moved to the rehabilitation centres in the Tsavo East National Park, where they are released back into the wild when they are ready, which can take up to 10 years.
Lions in Kenya's Tsavo East National Park already stand out because the males there don't grow manes.
An anti-poaching centre for rangers has been established in one of the most dangerous areas of Tsavo East National Park, Kenya.
Recently, the KWS management relocated 30 bull elephants from the confines of a small sanctuary on Kenya's coast to the vast northern territory of the Tsavo East National Park, after they had caused excessive damage to forests by pushing over trees, behavior typical of the young males intent on demonstrating their strength.
Ngolia and Sagalla areas have been experiencing perennial invasions since the jumbos cross from Tsavo East National Park to the neighbouring ranches.
Six Kenya Wildlife Service rangers accused of shooting a herder dead in Tsavo East National Park have been transferred to Garsen law courts.
But if you thought that was sad then spare a thought for the family of 11 Kenyan elephants, living happily in Tsavo East National Park before being hunted down and shot by poachers - who then hacked off their tusks with machetes.
(A) Tsavo East National Park (B) Kora National Park (C) Marsabit National Reserve (B) Masai Mara National Reserve ANSWERS
For us, one great African adventure still remained: a safari in Tsavo East national park. We stayed at the luxurious Galdessa camp on the Galana river.
We saw a hyena and a couple of jackals slip into the lodge's waterhole, then watched the sun rise rapidly through the parched acacia trees as we headed into neighbouring Tsavo East National Park. One of the oldest and largest parks in Kenya, covering 11,747 square kilometres, it is known as the "Theatre of the Wild".