Meet a large tarantula from East Africa: the king baboon spider!
Scientists describe six tiny new chameleons from the forest “islands” of Tanzania.
Did you know that not all frogs croak? Meet a silent frog from the Ukaguru Mountains of Tanzania.
By Monica Bond, Wild Nature Institute What would it be like to have giraffes, elephants, zebras, cheetahs, and lions hanging out in your ‘backyard?’ Children in the Monduli District of Tanzania live near Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks, and both parks are full of…
Matana Levi loves giraffes and science. Matana is studying what types of plants giraffes eat in northern Tanzania to better understand what giraffes need to survive.
For all the mothers and carers out there. Wishing you a happy day!
We chat to Phyllis Lee about the Amboseli Elephant Trust’s longterm study of elephants.
George Lohay is a scientist with a passion for wildlife and plants, who has worked on projects throughout Tanzania. We learn about how George uses genetics to help protect giraffes.