Photo taken on April 11, 2016 shows giraffes in Serengeti National Park in northern Tanzania. (Xinhua/Li Sibo)
ARUSHA, Tanzania, May 2 — Grazing is prohibited in Tanzania’s national parks and other protected areas, but in recent years, pastoralists have been taking cattle into the wildlife sanctuaries, the situation that gives conservators hectic time.
Serengeti national park is one of the Tanzania’s conservancies which are under pressure caused by pastoralists, who deliberately take cattle into thepark.
A giraffe is seen at the Amboseli National Park of Kenya, July 16, 2014. The annual wildlife migration that kicked off in early July from Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park to Kenya’s Massai Mara National Reserve marked the start of Kenya’s tourism peak season.(Xinhua/Meng Chenguang)
“On our side as government, we’ll make sure to make Serengeti National Park and other sanctuaries are there to thrive for the current and future generations,” said Simiyu Regional Commissioner Anthony Mtaka.
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