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At 188 decibels, the whistle of the blue whale is the loudest sound produced by any animal.

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Najin, one of the last two northern white rhinos left in the world, being fed by her caretaker Zachary Mutai in Kenya's Ol Pejeta Conservancy.

This is Najin, 33 ,the daughter of Sudan, the last Northern White male rhino who died in March 2018 at 45, she is officially retired from breeding, Fatu, her daughter is the only remaining northern white rhino capable of breeding.
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This is Fatu, she is 21, the status of Northern White rhinos is extinct because they are not in the wild but in captivity in Ol Pejeta, she and her mother Najin are the only remaining northern white rhinos.

Chimpanzees in , we don't have them in naturally in the wild, they are next animals in terms of intelligence and DNA from us human being

Up to 400,000 people and 100,000 children are directly affected by drought in Mandera county only in

“Man in Uganda Beats Lion With Bare Hands In Bloody Battle Before Feasting on the Beast for Dinner.”

No it's misleading, the lion was shot down by security forces in after terrorising the villagers for days.

sciencetimes.com/articles/3710

CONFIRMS outbreak of Ebola Virus Disease in Mubende District, one person dead.

Climate change and natural disasters increasingly affect people’s well-being and development prospects. A recent World Bank study shows that climate change may cause 216 million people to migrate in their own country by 2050 and push as many as 132 million people into poverty by 2030. Fragile contexts such as Somalia have recently faced cyclical climate-induced shocks from drought, to flooding and locust infestations.

’s drought and its implications on region
iol.co.za/news/africa/somalias

Russia's war on Ukraine has seen scores of hospitals and clinics bombed and frequent power cuts that can turn off lifesaving machines. Medical aid groups are using a Kenyan-manufactured breathing device for premature babies that works without electricity, helping save vulnerable newborns in countries affected by conflict.

-Made Device for Premature Babies Helps Save Vulnerable Ukrainian Newborns - allAfrica.com
allafrica.com/stories/20220915

Diana Chepkemoi, a student of Meru University of Science and Technology (MUST) who had gone to look for greener pastures in Saudi Arabia, but things turned sour, has been re-enrolled back to the university to continue pursuing her degree in Bachelor of Education Arts.

'Thanks for bringing me back to life,' Diana Chepkemoi says after rejoining Meru University
citizen.digital/news/thanks-fo

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