A guest post by Edward O. Wilson - At the end of a long rutted road in the park sits a conspicuous artifact in the midst of wilderness.
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When I first read “Out of Africa”, which to this day remains one of my favorite books, the one thing that left me oddly dissatisfied was...
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Piotr Naskrecki: "This wonderful koringkriek katydid from Gorongosa is endemic to Central Mozambique, and despite its huge size and...
Sungue Lionesses at Sunrise: Paola Bouley "A morning to remember forever. Looking forward to finding the two remaining sisters soon.
The rainy season in Gorongosa brings colourful bugs like this Elegant Grasshopper.
By Mia Couto
Well, the first year of my blogging is nearly over, but I think I still have time for one more story. And it is a good one.
Paola Bouley, our Gorongosa Lion Project Researcher once said: "I honestly believe a place without lions is no place worth living".