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The African wilderness represents a siren call to many adventurers and travelers. Due to the harsh conditions, wildlife and geography, however, travelers must be prepared to survive in the event that they remain in the wilderness. Before entering the African wilderness, make sure you are knowledgeable and prepared to survive in an emergency.
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In the wild
At most safaris in Tanzania or Kenya, you are looking for and watching the animals through a safari trailer, in which you are safe. In Australia for instance, you could safely watch wild animals from a campervan, but the environment tends to be a lot safer over there. Most of the animals that you can meet on foot on such a trip are animals that stand by the lodge or tent camp where you live. Keep away from these animals. Even animals that act as if they were domesticated, for example, the landowners living in many lodges and tent camps, are wild and can take chlorine and teeth if they feel threatened. Keep doors and windows in your room closed or under surveillance so that monkeys, chipmunks and other animals can not come in and look for food.
According to the International Union for Nature Conservation (IUCN) Red List of Endangered Species, more than 32,000 endangered animals are found in the world. People with time, power and money can help conservation groups and organizations around the world reduce that number and encourage threatened populations of species to grow
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