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After spending nearly a week visa hunting in Yaounde, Cameroon, I left the capital of Cameroon and headed towards Gabon. Now, leaving I had no idea if I could even get into Gabon by securing a visa at the border, but I figured it was worth a try. First, I stopped at a place called Ape Action Africa in Mefou, Cameroon just an hour scooter drive out Yaounde. I spent then night there and explored the wildlife sanctuary which is home to gorillas, chimpanzees, and monkeys. After checking out the site, I cruised towards Gabon and was thrilled to be let into the country quite easily. All in all, these were a couple really good days of travel, and after the troubles of the past couple weeks, it was probably a good thing that was the case. For travel articles and photography check out my blog ...
Documentary about the research of Czech herpetologists Václav Gvoždík and Matej Dolinay focused on frog evolution in Central Africa. In Cameroon there is an amazing diversity of species and some extraordinary frogs, such as the Goliath frog, the biggest frog with weight up to 3 kilograms. THIS FILM WAS CREATED DURING THE WORK ON A RESEARCH PROJECT FUNDED BY THE CZECH SCIENCE FOUNDATION (PROJECT GACR No. 15-13415Y).
The Last of the Great Apes: In Cameroon there are fears that the practice of eating bushmeat - wild meat hunted in the rainforest, including endangered gorillas and chimpanzees - could trigger a global pandemic of viruses. To understand how the trade works, reporter Evan Williams travelled to the Dja Reserve in the south east of the country, where the tracks and clearings created by logging companies have opened up the once-impenetrable jungle to bushmeat poachers. Experts warn if hunting continues these animals could be wiped out in a generation. This episode was first aired on 25/05/2012. Subscribe to our channel for more Unreported World episodes https://www.youtube.com/unreportedworld.
Warning: Contains Graphic Images Over 300 elephants were killed between January and March 2012 when heavily-armed foreign poachers invaded Cameroon's Bouba N'Djida National Park. Entire elephant populations could be wiped out from Central Africa if ivory poaching and wildlife trade continue unabated. Tens of thousands of elephants are killed each year for their tusks which are in high demand in Asian black markets. Help WWF Stop Wildlife Crime! Visit http://www.worldwildlife.org/sites/stop-wildlife-crime/index.html
Gorilla, bongo, forest buffalo, yellow back and other duiker.
[0:19 - 0:27] : Dschang [0:30 - 0:42] : Limbe [0:42 - 0:46] : Mount Ethinde [0:49 - 1:03] : Ekom-Nkam Waterfalls [1:06 - 1:59] : Benoue National park [2:06 - 2:35] : Mount Cameroon [2:35 - 3:04] : Mount Oku [3:04 - 3:08] : Kribi [3:08 - 3:17] : Campo Ma'an National Park [3:17 - 3:43] : Korup National Park This video presents our adventure and travels all over the Cameroon, during our semester in the Erasmus Mundus Tropimundo Master program, more detail here: http://www.tropimundo.eu/ Benoue National park: http://benouenationalpark.blogspot.it/ If you want to see more pictures of this trip, go: https://www.flickr.com/photos/antoine_ede/albums/72157674519539341 Music: Run Boy Run (instrumental) Woodkid
“island of peace”; one of the most peaceful countries in the continent and themost peaceful in the region. This sometimes justifies the high rate of refugeeinflux in the country, since it’s ‘seemingly peaceful’ nature makes it the firstchoice for most refugees fleeing from wars in their countries. However, acritical analysis of this haven of peace, Cameroon, may transform this blinded perception into greater caution and ignite positive actions towards restoring andsafeguarding genuine and durable peace in the country. A 52' documentary directed in 2003 by Eric Elléna
What to expect when hunting the rain forest of Cameroon
The North Carolina Zoo's commitment to wildlilfe extends far beyond its gates. One of the Zoo's most important conservation research projects operates in the western African nation of Cameroon. There, Zoo Chief Veterinarian Dr. Michael Loomis works with several NGO and government partners to study elephants and elephant habitat. The Zoo joined forces with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in 1996 to study elephants in northern Cameroon. The project has grown since then to include studies in the southeast forests and on Mount Cameroon as well. Dr. Loomis and his colleagues have deployed satellite tracking collars on dozens of elephants. The data collected is then analyzed and visualized in order to better understand elephant movement patterns, habitat usage and other factors. With these data...
Israeli Ofir Drori is on a mission to stop the killing of endangered animals in Cameroon. Through his Last Great Ape Organization (LAGA for short), the photojournalist is helping the African nation's government to enforce its often-ignored protection laws. Get the full story at ISRAEL21c.org.
NDOUMBE PRISO a knowledgeable and very experience forestry and wildlife officer with more than 20 years experience as a forestry and wildlife officer explains to tourists the importance of a MVOGBETSI zoo in Cameroon, the conservation of the biodiversity and environment and the likelyhood of Cameroon to lead in biodiversity management worldwide.This is a man to see and meet with. we strongly recommend you meet with him. We have been impressed by his knowledge. We wish him all the best.
This a partnership between Bristol Conservation and Science Foundation, Living Earth Foundation, Fondation Camerounaise de la Terre Vivante and the University of Bristol. The project will be located in the Western Periphery of Dja Biosphere Reserve in Cameroon. In Southeastern Cameroon, illegal hunting and trade in wildlife has important impacts on the livelihoods of the rural poor, providing both affordable sources of animal protein and livelihood opportunities for men as hunters and women as traders. However, poor communities living around the protected Dja Biosphere Reserve (DBR) feel that they are unfairly victimized by efforts to tackle illegal practices, whilst external traders, responding to growth market demand from urban areas and emerging development conurbations in the region, ...
From the rain forests of Cameroon, four helpless baby western lowlands gorillas were taken away after their mothers had been killed by poachers. The infant gorillas were later taken to Nigeria and kept in the Ibadan zoo. Documents were forged certifying that the four gorillas were born in the Ibadan zoo, thus making it possible for the four gorillas to be smuggled through South Africa to Malaysia. After several years they mysteriously ended up in South Africa at the National Zoological Gardens. Watch the full doc here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5uLVLzQuDo Click here for more documentaries: http://bit.ly/2gSPaf6 For exclusive clips, follow us Facebook: facebook.com/wildthingschannel Any queries, please contact us at: email@example.com Content Licensed By Off The Fenc...
Cameroon wildlife sector condemns biopiracy. Manyu Division of the South West Province of Cameroon is noted to be a biopiracy junction for endangered and protected wildlife species coming from countries bordering the South East of Cameroon and moving through Nigeria to world black markets. Recently a Cameroonian lady was convicted in USA for dealing in illegal export of ivory from Cameroon to Canada and USA. The Provincial Delegate for Forestry and Wildlife and the Technical Adviser No 1 in the ministry of Environment and Nature Protection stress on the importance of biopiracy in a TV broadcast programme, Hello Cameroon.
The Mvog-Betsi Zoo is located in Yaoundé, Cameroon and is administered by the Ministry of Forestry and Fauna (MINFOF) (formerly the Ministry of Environments and Forests (MINEF)) in Cameroon. There is a wide range of species at the zoo, including big cats, reptiles, and birds of prey. Ape Action Africa has taken responsibility for the care of the primates at the zoo. For more detail, visit this link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mvog-Betsi_Zoo Mvog-Betsi Zoo mvog betsi zoo yaounde cameroon mvog stock benedictine museum of mont febe alexandria zoo egypt waza national park Mvog Betsi Zoo zoo de mvog betsi jardin zoologique de mvog betsi mvog stock alexandria zoo egypt waza national park mvog betsi zoo video, mvog betsi zoo youtube, mvog betsi zoo images, mvog betsi zoo pictures, mvog bet...
The gorillas and chimpanzees of Cameroon's Mefou national park were taken in after losing their parents to poachers, or being injured themselves. The charity looking after them hopes to one day release the animals into their natural habitat, while trying to educate local people about the impact of deforestation and poaching. Duration: 02:05
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