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Game Rangers International is dedicated to protecting Zambia’s natural resources, including caring for 20 orphaned elephants.A virtual menagerie: How conservation and rescue efforts can connect us with wildlife around the world|Andrea Sachs|January 15, 2021|Washington Post
Kafue National Park in the heart of Zambia is one of the largest protected areas in Africa.Photos: Africa’s nature parks are in the midst of a pandemic-induced conservation crisis|Peter Chadwick (photos)|January 9, 2021|Quartz
Time to get out of Zambia, especially as we can’t publish the story from within the country.
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This video, shot in Zambia, shows a young elephant being attacked by a pride of 14 lions.
There are more than 80 tribes in Zambia and among a population of 13 million, there are just 40,000 white people.
“When they introduced me as vice president [of Zambia], he thought they were kidding,” Scott said.
Farmers like Scott, whose own agribusiness, was just north of the border in Zambia.
This was Zambia, where the main industry is copper mining and every copper mine has a soccer team.
King Zambia, who was no relation, followed him, but his reign lasted for only three years.Myths of Babylonia and Assyria|Donald A. Mackenzie
British Dictionary definitions for Zambia
Cultural definitions for Zambia
Republic in central Africa, bordered by the Democratic Republic of Congo to the north; Tanzania to the northeast; Malawi and Mozambique to the east; Zimbabwe, Botswana, and Namibia to the south; and Angola to the west. Lusaka is the capital and largest city.