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African Parks presents: Zakouma National Park, Chad
This video was produced and Published on Jun 17, 2015 by the non-profit organisation African Parks. It provides an general overview of the park; its director, Rian Labuschagne, also explains some of the difficulties faced with poaching.
On a continent plagued by rampant poaching, Zakouma National Park in Chad serves as a beacon of conservation hope. Discover the magic of its fauna and flora, the anti-poaching efforts that have contributed to the park’s turnaround and the influences of African, Arabic and nomadic cultures that have combined to make it a fascinating destination for intrepid, experiential travelers.
Earlier that year, another video was also produced in two parts to speak about the African park teams within Zakouma (in french):
Deux équipes d’ African Parks et de Zakouma - Le Treg Partie 1
Deux équipes d’ African Parks et de Zakouma - Le Treg Partie 2