At Kasaala, Villagers Realize the Elephants Built a School

Fri, 2008-12-05 13:27 by Jan

Filed from Tsavo by IFAW's Edward Indakwa
December 04,2008

At Lugard Falls, along the Galana River in Kenya’s Tsavo East National Park, a concrete bridge invites the brave to Northern Tsavo.

Unlike the Park’s southern sector – a tourism haven with roads and hotels – Northern Tsavo, as the area north of Galana is known, is desolate.

Starved of ground water sources and devoid of humanity, except, perhaps, armed poachers tiptoeing across the savanna and the ranger sentinels who keep the peace, the north is a wilderness.

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