Conservation, Wildlife

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We have exciting news for all the predator lovers out there. A group of 6 spotted Hyenas was recently indroduced to Manyoni. For the next few weeks they are staying in a Boma to strengthen their group bond and to get used to the new environment. They are all healthy and we are excited to add some new genes to our current population.

This clan has been in the boma for only two weeks and already a group of three hyena have been visiting the boma and seem to do so every other day. These three animals were not known to us until they arrived as regular visitors at the boma.  We are very excited to see how they interact after release.

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