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Mara Conservation Fund Chairman Zhuo Qiang revisits Maasai | Coastweek

MAASAI MARA (Xinhua) -- Chinese wildlife conservationist Zhuo Qiang and a local warden check lions at Ol Kinyei conservancy in Maasai Mara, Kenya. XINHUA PHOTO - LYU SHUAI

 

Mara Conservation Fund Chairman Zhuo Qiang revisits Maasai

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Mara Conservation Fund Chairman Zhuo Qiang revisits Maasai | Coastweek

MAASAI MARA (Xinhua) -- Chinese wildlife conservationist Zhuo Qiang [right] watches a football match with locals at Ol Kinyei conservancy in Maasai Mara, Kenya. The founder and Chairman of Mara Conservation Fund (MCF) Zhuo Qiang, a 45-year-old Chinese, has pioneered outstanding wildlife conservation projects in the world famous Maasai Mara ecosystem. Ol Kinyei is among the conservancies benefiting from his activities. XINHUA PHOTOS - LYU SHUAI

Mara Conservation Fund Chairman Zhuo Qiang revisits Maasai | Coastweek

MAASAI MARA (Xinhua) -- Chinese wildlife conservationist Zhuo Qiang has built three lion proof bomas preventing the wildlife conflict with the adjacent communities. He was officially adopted as a son of the Maasai’s Ol Kinyei conservation group in 2015, owing to his unwavering friendship with the pastoralists. Zhuo’s anti-poaching drives in the East African nation expresses the increasing collaboration between Kenyan and China in ending the killing of rhinos, elephants and lions. XINHUA PHOTO - LYU SHUAI

Mara Conservation Fund Chairman Zhuo Qiang revisits Maasai | Coastweek

MAASAI MARA (Xinhua) -- Chinese wildlife conservationist Zhuo Qiang ends a late afternoon game drive with locals at Ol Kinyei conservancy in Maasai Mara, Kenya. Zhuo’s anti-poaching drives in the East African nation expresses the increasing collaboration between Kenyan and China in ending the killing of rhinos, elephants and lions. XINHUA PHOTO - LYU SHUAI

             

 

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