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Three lionesses dead in Queen Elizabeth Park

Rubirizi, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Three lionesses have been found dead, with initial indications being that they were electrocuted in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Rubirizi District.  They were part of the 10 lions that were brought into the park last month. Bashir Hangi, the Communications Officer for Uganda Wild …

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LYEC: First elephant monument unveiled in Gulu City

  Gulu, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  A symbolic elephant monument was unveiled Friday in Gulu City in honour of the cultural significance of the creature to the Acholi people. The monument, installed with funding from Uganda Breweries was unveiled by the Chief Justice of Uganda,  Justice Alfonse Owiny-Dollo and His …

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Lake Bunyonyi endorsed as ramsar site

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Uganda National Ramsar Committee has endorsed Lake Bunyonyi as a ramsar site. A ramsar site is a wetland site designated to be of international importance under the Ramsar Convention that was established in 1971 during an intergovernmental environmental treaty by the United Nations Educational, …

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