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“Serengeti shall not die” by Bernhard Grzimek

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Serengeti Shall Not Die

There is a story about two very brave and charismatic persons, Michael and Bernhard Grzimek, who could convey the message to people that in some several decades we will not be able to save the pristine nature from the impact of civilizations. And since the publication of their book, territories of Maasai, Serengeti and Ngorongoro received the status of national reservation. There was a reflection of the wild world from the unknown side which has opened us a new vision on relationship between human and animals that, in fact, can be harmonious and even amicable.

To change the order of things for the better and change the attitude to an undiscovered continent, it is only one part of the book but it has another side which will tell you a tragic story of the author, the story about the biggest loss in his life.

Published on 13 November 2023 Revised on 15 December 2023
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Yurii Bogorodskiy
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Yuri, a full-time researcher and writer at Altezza Travel, has been living in Tanzania since 2019. He has explored many of its lesser-known destinations, including Kitulo and Rubondo National Parks, Lake Victoria, Zanzibar, and many other historical, natural, and archeological sites. His experiences in the Amani Forest and Ibanda–Kyerwa National Park have inspired him to become a passionate birder. Yurii is also an avid reader, delving into various volumes about Tanzanian culture and history. He regularly shares detailed articles based on his research and travels on our blog.

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