20 Endangered African Animals You Can See On A Safari

Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. For most people, getting to see African wildlife such as the Black Rhino roaming along a vast open savanna in South Africa, or Mountain Gorillas high in the mountains of Uganda, is a once-in-a- lifetime opportunity. Unfortunately, due to human encroachment, poaching, habitat fragmentation, and other reasons, many of these incredible species have become endangered. In order to fully appreciate the breathtaking opportunity of getting to see these fascinating animals up close, we should first be conscious of their importance and their struggle for survival. So here鈥檚 a look at some of the most incredible endangered African animals you can see on a safari, and why their populations have been in decline. The post 20 Endangered African Animals You Can See On A Safari appeared first on Green Global Travel. Read More


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