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Cameroon Facts and Info

9. November 2010

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Cameroon Facts and Info
When you come to big dirty den of thieves who are in an environment with one hundred percent humidity. You could, if you think you could handle the tropical adventure which is the city of Cameroon. There is a Dutch run mission here, and you could think of taking shelter here.  When you actually set out to explore, you should make sure you have your personal belongings secure as there might be a very good chance of you returning back without them. Once you get here, head to the main street. The street is nicely lined with concrete blocks and many people walking about at most times. The people have provocative personas; they wear good suits, even carried handbags. A lot of them spoke French. They have common gestures like hand waving, kissing on cheeks and going back o their houses in fancy  [...]

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The Ivory wars at Zakouma National Park

26. April 2010

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The Ivory wars at Zakouma National Park
Elephants that are found in Zakouma National Park are known to be the most recent stranglehold meant for the typical savannah elephants that are residing in the Sahel region of Central Africa, at the present the total number of the animals that are recorded in this region is almost around 1,000 animals, which is quite a huge down as of a predictable number of 3,000, which was recorded in the year 2006. The ivory poachers making use of the different automatic weapons have annihilated the populations of the elephants in this region, for the most part, while the herds venture alternatively in the outer regions of the park. The civil disturbances in this region have made preservation exceptionally complicated in Chad. A number of the park guards are been shot as well as killed in the recent years.  [...]

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The Livingstone Falls – taking its name after its discoverer David Livingstone

2. April 2010

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The Livingstone Falls – taking its name after its discoverer David Livingstone
Livingstone Falls, which was named after the voyager David Livingstone, are a sequence of massive quick’s on the inferior route of the River Congo flowing in the western equatorial region of Africa, downstream as of Malebo Pool within the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Livingstone Falls: History Despite the fact that he discovered the higher Congo, David Livingstone by no means passed through to this particular part of this river, the Livingstone falls were even than named as to honor through Henry Morton Stanley. From the time when it was been discovered, the Livingstone falls are a blockade to navigation on the inferior part of this river, the Railway of Matadi-Kinshasa was created as to by-pass the falls. On a voyage acknowledged as 'Africa-Raft', an explorer Philippe de Dieuleveult  [...]

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