Orisun of the Savannah Grassland
Orisun of the Savannah Grassland is a contemporary tale, which gives an insight into how Africans perceive animals of the wild and their perception of the psyche of these animals. Contrary to popular opinion, Africans value the wildlife, which cohabit their plains and grasslands.
The culling programme put in place by countries, such as Kenya and Zimbabwe, is enabling Africans to evolve a happy equilibrium between themselves and the wild life around them.
Three endangered species are featured in this fable; i.e the Leopard, the Chimpanzee and the African Elephant.
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Created: Jun 22, 2016

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