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DID YOU KNOW that elephant tusks are actually teeth? They are enlarged incisor teeth that first appear when they are about 2 years old and continue to grow throughout their lives. The larger the tusks, the older the elephant. Happy #WorldElephantDay2021 🐘P
Julius Kamau - Chief Conservator of Forests, @KeForestService; paid me a courtesy visit this afternoon. We discussed ways to enhance wildlife dispersal areas and tree cover, to help absorb the fossil-fuel emissions we humans produce.
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The lion is a powerful animal, ingrained in our Kenyan culture 🇰🇪. Kenya's Coat of Arms features 2 lions as a symbol of protection#WorldLionDayay MPU
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The lion population in Kenya has been recovering from a low of 1,970 in 2008 to 2,589 in 2021, according to our just concluded National Wildlife Census. This is still low, and we need to continue with our efforts to increase their population. #WorldLionDay 🦁V
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It gives me great pleasure to officially launch the exhibition of lion sculptures by some of our most talented Kenyan artists; Peterson Kamwathi and Beatrice Wanjiku - on World Lion Day, at Nairobi National Park. #WorldLionDay 🦁N
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DID YOU KNOW? When in heat, a Lioness can mate every 20-30 minutes in a day, and that a Lion only lasts about 10-20 seconds…hehe Happy #WorldLionDay 🦁a
Today,the Kenyan anthem will be played twice for the men's and women's marathon champions at the closing ceremony.For the first time in history, the final medal of the Olympic Games will be awarded to our own Peres Jepchirchir.Kenya has cemented its special place in the Olympics
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Faith Kipyegon becomes the second woman in Olympic history to defend the 1500m crown after becoming a mum and sets a new Olympic Record of 3:53:11 as she wins the women’s 1500M. The first woman was, Cameroonian triple Jumper, Francoise Mbango #TeamKenya #YouAreTheReason
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Nature's playground beckons! Visit the Maasai Mara game reserve for a hot air balloon safari or game drives to reconnect with the various wildlife, while staying in fine luxury tented camps and enjoying Kenyan hospitality.
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We welcome the German government's support to Maasai Mara Wildlife Conservancies Association. The Project is targeting to support the conservancies to emerge more sustainable and resilient, after the COVID-19 crisis. #wildlifeKE @AnnettGunther @GermanyinKenya
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The wildlife sub-sector and particularly Maasai Mara, are the crown jewel of Kenya’s tourism industry globally, this is why the government is working hard to ensure better wildlife conservation and management of this resource. #wildlifeKE
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We're at Olare Motorogi Conservancy in the Maasai Mara Ecosystem this morning - for the launch of the Covid-19 Emergency Support to conservancies, in Maasai Mara. The project is a collaboration between @Min_TourismKE and GIZ. #wildlifeKE
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Tourism Regulatory Authority (@TRA_ke) will self regulate the tourism fraternity, as they implement the reviewed Covid-19 protocols. #tourismKE
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We have requested 50,000 vaccines from @MOH_Kenya, for Nairobi's tourism and hospitality workers and we will lobby County Health and Tourism CECs, to vaccinate tourism stakeholders in the counties. Vaccination is going to be key for the recovery of Tourism in Kenya. #tourismKE
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I held a consultative meeting with CEOs of Kenya's Tourism Associations, to review the application of Covid-19 protocols, by tourism stakeholders. #tourismKe
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The duties of a ranger go far beyond patrolling their areas of work. For example, they do ecological monitoring of key endangered species; investigative and intelligence duties; ensure visitor security; conduct search and rescue for distress visitors lost in protected areas
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Wildlife conservation and protection being core of KWS calls for a dynamic model to deal with our challenges. Embracing new technology and securing of modern equipment for our security operations is therefore paramount -CAS IG(Rtd) Joseph Boinett, EGH
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I wish to rally all Kenyans to accord these selfless rangers the honour, appreciation and support that they have earned by their gallantry while carrying out their duties, often at great risk from poachers & wildlife.-PS Dept of Wildlife Prof. Fred Segor, CBS #WorldRangerDay
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For there is no terrain too high nor valley too low, we CELEBRATE you for being a hero in wildlife protection and conservation. #WorldRangerDay #BraveryBeyondExpectation
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For there is no terrain too high nor valley too low, we CELEBRATE you for being a hero in wildlife protection and conservation. #WorldRangerDay #BraveryBeyondExpectation
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KWS joins the world today in celebrating rangers.They break the mold and barriers to shape a new future of wildlife conservation with the support of individuals, govt, international orgs. coupled with modern technology #WorldRangerDay #BraveryBeyondExpectation
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Take this day to show respect to all the rangers, nature's real-life heroes - who live, work and sometimes lose their lives for nature. I wish you a very happy world rangers day! #WorldRangerDay #BraveryBeyondExpectation
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Being away from home isn’t easy but you chose the wild to be your second home. For that, we CELEBRATE you. #WorldRangerDay - 31st July #BraveryBeyondExpectation
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Armed with weaponry 24/7 to combat #wildlife crime and other threats, We CELEBRATE you! #WorldRangerDay- 31st July (Saturday) #BraveryBeyondExpectation
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Prior to the ovum pick up, the team decided not to perform an oocyte collection on Nájin, the oldest of the two northern white rhinos. So far, none of Nájin’s eggs have been of sufficient quality to turn into viable embryos – all 12 embryos produced so far used oocytes from Fatu.
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2 embryos were produced using semen from Suni and scientists were also able to fertilise an embryo using semen from Angalifu, a male northern white rhino who died in 2014. This breakthrough is significant as it adds the genetics of an unrelated individual.💛3
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🌟 NORTHERN WHITE RHINO EMBRYO UPDATE - BREAKING NEWS🌟 ANOTHER THREE NEW NORTHERN WHITE RHINO EMBRYOS WERE CREATED - NOW THERE ARE TWELVE! 🦏🦏🦏 Thread 👇 All photograp@RioWildPhotosPNS3L4e
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Ungana na Bi. Safina Kwekwe Tsungu @PS_Kwekwe, Katibu-Wizara ya Utalii, hapo kesho saa mbili asubuhi @KBCChannel1, ambapo atajadili hali ya sekta ya utalii nchini Kenya. Usikose.
Hats off to you for having the heart and soul to protect our wildlife. We CELEBRATE you. #WorldRangerDay #BraveryBeyondExpectation
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Earlier today, My team in the @Min_TourismKE and I presented our tourism policy, to the National Assembly Departmental Committee on Sports, Culture and Tourism.
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Just landed with the first flight of Eurowings Discover in Mombasa. @magicalkenya a well chosen destination 👏�hn
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Today, we are delighted to welcome the inaugural Eurowings Discover flight to #MagicalKenya at Mombasa's Moi International Airport.
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Let me take this opportunity to thank the Board of Trustees for a job well done in providing guidance, throughout the formulation of the Kenya Wildlife Service Strategic Plan 2019-2024. #TwajivuniaKWS #TogetherWeRiseKWS #ZuruWatamuMarine 🐬q
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It gives me great pleasure to officially launch the Kenya Wildlife Service Strategic Plan 2019-2024, at Watamu Marine Park. #TwajivuniaKWS #TogetherWeRiseKWS #ZuruWatamuMarine 🐬8
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I'm impressed by the passion and professionalism portrayed by Kenya Wildlife Service men and women, in wildlife conservation and management. #TwajivuniaKWS #ZuruWatamuMarine 🐬D
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Watamu Marine Park is a success story on; turtle conservation, plastic waste recycling initiatives by the community, whale and dolphin watching expeditions, carbon offset afforestation at Arabuko Sokoke Forest and security management. #TwajivuniaKWS #ZuruWatamuMarine 🐬t
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We're in Watamu Marine Park today, to unveil and launch the Kenya Wildlife Service (@kwskenya) Strategic Plan 2019-2024. #TwajivuniaKWS #ZuruWatamuMarine 🐬U
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The 3 pillars of developing tourism in Africa; Sustainability, Innovation and collaboration. #TRSAfrica21 🌍N
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Nairobi Animal Orphanage, in Nairobi National Park, serves as an education resource and rehabilitation centre for wild animals that need special care. @AhmedAlKhateeb #TRSAfrica21 🌍 #ZuruNairobiParkk �WN
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Saturday morning game drive at Nairobi National Park with the Minister of Tourism of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, H.E @AhmedAlKhateeb. #TRSAfrica21 🌍 .#ZuruNairobiParkk �Qk
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I held a bilateral meeting this afternoon, with the Minister of Environment, Natural Resources Conservation and Tourism, Botswana - H.E. Ms. Phildah Kereng. We discussed ways to enhance wildlife conservation and management between our two nations. #TRSAfrica21 🌍M
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We've donated KES10 million, through the Tourism Promotion Fund, to the Global Tourism Resilience & Crisis Management Centre (GTRCMC) at Kenyatta University. This will enhance the resilience of the tourism industry in Africa, to a desirable tourism destination. #TRSAfrica21 🌍E
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We've signed a Memorandum of Understanding between Kenya and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, on partnership, collaboration and cooperation in Tourism Development and Promotion between our two destinations. @AhmedAlKhateeb #TRSAfrica21 🌍#MagicalKenyaa 🇰J3b
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Hon. Edmund Bartlett @edmundbartlett6: “Two phenomena will play in the recovery of continental as well as international tourism. These two phenomena are vaccine inequity and vaccine hesitancy.” #TRSAfrica21
With 1.3 billion people, why is it not possible to create our own source markets with Africans travelling within Africa?” #TRSAfrica21
CS @tunajibu: “We meet here to find out how, through our decisions how we can work to transform Africa’s tourism sector. I strongly believe that working together, it is possible.
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