No man fears what he has seen grow (African proverb)
Tumaini off go teach the Living in Harmony with Nature education syllabus at secondary schools in Simanjiro District, despite the difficult road conditions. True dedication!
The rainy season brings so much nourishment to the earth and such beautiful colors! Trying to get to the office in the morning can be a challenge though . The PAMS Arusha team always seems to manage...thankful to all who make such an effort even when the mud and floods try to keep them away! 😊☔️💦 ... See more
The strange "others"... It lives exclusively in subterranean waters, it’s completely blind, but it’s able to receive sound waves in the water and recognize particular sounds that lead to localization of prey. It also has the ability to sense weak electric field, and some experiments suggest that it may be able to use Earth's magnetic field to orient itself. It can live over 10 years without food and it reproduces every 12.5 years. On average, it lives about 70 years, with a probable maximum lifespan of about 100 years. In the past, in Europe where it lives, people believed they were larvae of dragons because the only occasion they were observed was when they were flooded out of caves after heavy rains. The same caves where people believed Dragons were hiding. It’s the Olm, also called the human fish. Life is always surprising. ... See more
INTERNATIONAL RANGER FEDERATION LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD - We are very honoured to hear that The International Ranger Federation Lifetime Achievement Award has been awarded to our very own Wayne Lotter. Very proud of you Lotter, just wish you were here to share this news. Thank IRF, TTGLF and those that nominated him. ... See more
Today ... a thought to the elephants Save the Elephant Day is established in 2012 by the Elephant Reintroduction Foundation, in Thailand in collaboration with a Canadian filmmaker in occasion of the release of the “Return to the Forest”, a documentary film described by Star Trek celebrity William Shatner. Elephants are the wildlife idols and the sad thing is that these lovely giants are in great crisis. This day is the best opportunity to show our care and love for these wildlife icons and spread awareness about the threats to their future in Asia and Africa, ranging from ivory traders and loss of habitat. The team of PAMS is committed to helping in protecting the elephants, their environment, and the wildlife and you can help us to continue to do it at best! #SavetheElephantDay #PAMSFoundation ... See more
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Mohamed planting indigenous trees
Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better. A. Einstein
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