Wild Nature Institute's Dr. Derek Lee and Monica Bond visited the Maasae Girls Secondary School in Monduli, Tanzania yesterday to talk about giraffes, wildebeests, and other hoofed mammals. Lee and Bond discussed the critical role ungulates play in Tanzania's ecology and economy, and described Wild Nature Institute's research program in the nearby Tarangire Ecosystem. Also present were students from Concordia College, Minnesota. Hopefully some of the girls were inspired to become field scientists and conservationists - and join the effort to ensure a future for Tanzania's wildlife.
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