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Living with Wildlife. ©Pace Project 2005
Living with Wildlife

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In Africa, 176 animal species have gone extinct in the last 600 years. The dodo, the quagga, the bluebuck and the Cape Verde giant skink are no more and will never be again. 1,330 animal species in Africa are threatened with extinction due to habitat loss, too much hunting, and pollution. Some people feel great sympathy for the animals suffering from these threats, especially those creatures which care for their own kind the same way we do. Life becomes difficult for these animals when they find people living and working in the lands they used to roam.

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Place/region Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Africa
Type: Documentary
Production: PACE Project, Tusk and Siren Conservation Education, producer.
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Rights/Droits: UNESCO; PACE Project

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