Gorongosa Park

Trail Cameras & Collars Help Scientists Restore Wildlife

Clip: Season 1 | 1m 24s

Gorongosa National Park is one of the most biodiverse places in Africa, but its large animal populations were decimated during Mozambique's civil war. Over the past 20 years, conservation scientists have been monitoring the recovery of these amazing animals. Paola Bouley explains how satellite collars and trail cameras allow her to keep tabs on Gorongosa's lion population.

Aired: 09/22/15

Rating: TV-PG

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Explore Gorongosa National Park

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Explore Gorongosa National Park

Help your students explore conservation and ecology with resources that cover the park’s history as well as the amazing research happening there today. In this collection, you’ll find resources from park scientists, interactives, and excerpts from the series. Grades 4-13+

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