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Good sign! Number of rhinos and elephants in Uganda continues to increase

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Good sign! Number of rhinos and elephants in Uganda continues to increase Elephants, rhinos and other endangered animals in Uganda's reserves The number is constantly increasing. It marks a recovery from years of decline. caused by poachers, traders and conflicts

Reuters Reporting from สล็อต true wallet Kampala. Uganda on February 10 that the Uganda Wildlife Agency (WWA) states that the population of the northern white rhinoceros. and the eastern black rhino The number of rhinos killed by rhino horn hunters in the early 1980s has risen to 32 since a charity brought in four rhinos in 2005.

Due to increased conservation efforts Uganda's population of buffalo increased 77% to 44,163 between 1983 and 2021, while the number of elephants increased nearly 300% to 7,975 in the same period.

Moreover The number of mountain gorillas in the dense forests of the country's southwest has also increased. It is also a boost to Uganda's tourism industry.

Incidentally, Uganda has experienced a sharp decline in some species. During the 1960s-1980s due to political conflicts Lawlessness has also increased poaching, animal trafficking and wildlife poaching.

ever since The government of Uganda has adopted conservation policies. This includes long prison sentences. also for violations of the law

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