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The most recent census shows that wildlife populations in Gorongosa National Park have rebounded dramatically in the last few years.
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In 1977, a 15-year civil war broke out in Mozambique. Wildlife populations in Gorongosa National Park plummeted as a side effect of the war. After years of rebuilding and protection, a 2018 aerial count revealed good news for Gorongosa wildlife.

Read more in Devastated by war, this African park’s wildlife is now thriving
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Ryan ToysReview
Ryan ToysReview 5 months ago

Early squadd

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6th

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Baby Big
Baby Big 5 months ago

Meow

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Toys Kids
Toys Kids 5 months ago

Hadiiir

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Little Baby Bum - Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs

Heartening to see ❤️. Everything balances in the end.

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5 months ago

*Top 10 Anime Comebacks*

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Shaun the Sheep
Shaun the Sheep 5 months ago

Clear evidence, that Nature is resilient enough itself. How we humans fit in it, is not always beneficial for nature.

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SevenAwesomeKids Baby

كل شي فرنسي يالطيف

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Kênh Thiếu Nhi BB
Kênh Thiếu Nhi BB 5 months ago

Mother Nature is an unstoppable force

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Маша и Медведь

Amazing National Geographic..
This is vidio amazing
I love animal

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Vầng Trăng
Vầng Trăng 5 months ago

Wonderful news

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Miss Katy
Miss Katy 5 months ago

Lazy birds always waiting for a free ride

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nhacthieunhi
nhacthieunhi 5 months ago

I hate how our politics affect wildlife. Humans are truly the scum of the earth.

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Art for Kids
Art for Kids 5 months ago

Reset button. War.

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Hồng Kids
Hồng Kids 5 months ago

With so many horrible stories we hear about animal life in Africa, this brings a smile to my face. Good job to all the hard workers on this initiative.

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Bounce Patrol
Bounce Patrol 5 months ago

Love for the World

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Super Simple
Super Simple 5 months ago

Thanks to conservation, wildlife populations thrive again...excellent!!!

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The Voice Kids Australia

Save our animal

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ShauntheSheep
ShauntheSheep 5 months ago

Innocent animals pay for the price of stupid wars
I'm glad to know they're recovering

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Kids Channel
Kids Channel 5 months ago

Now the evil is even greater. And they have to worry about weaponized technology. How about doing some of these videos on every country and how their wildlife is trying to survive.

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