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Wakhan Corridor

The Affirmation of the Serengeti

Steve Zack | Posted 06.09.2014 | Green
Steve Zack

The culture of the Maasai is also fundamental to the Serengeti. They tend livestock for sustenance and so for centuries have coexisted with the big mammals of East Africa without greatly exploiting them.

PHOTOS: Stranded On The Roof Of The World

Eline Gordts | Posted 01.23.2013 | World

Afghanistan's Kyrgyz nomads live in the Wakhan corridor, a 200-miles-long stretch of land bordered by Tajikistan to the north, Pakistan to the south a...

Threatened Snow Leopards Found In Afghanistan

AP | DENIS D. GRAY | Posted 09.13.2011 | Green

BANGKOK — A healthy population of snow leopards, elusive big cats threatened across their homes in the mountain ranges of Central Asia, has been...

Large-Billed Reed Warbler, Bird Spotted Only Twice in 139 Years, Found Breeding In Afghanistan

treehugger.com | Jennifer Hattam | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green

According to the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), the first specimen of large-billed reed warbler was discovered in India in 1867; the next was no...