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Thursday, 25 August 2011 09:37

An introduction to the biology of the springs and streams at Lake Natron

British Council DelPHE - Field IT - Lake Natron from David M Harper on Vimeo.

An introduction to the biology of the springs and streams at Lake Natron. These are very important to the overall lake, as they maintain its levels which are vital to the breeding success of lesser flamingos. They are also important reservoirs of biodiversity in its own right as this film shows. The Engare Sero, the site of this film, is also tourist destination because of its beauty, important to the Maasai because they earn money guiding parties to its waterfall.

 

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