Rare Mysterious Coelacanth Caught in Malindi

Mysterious Coelacanth fish thought to have gone extinct over 65 million years now turns up off the coast of Malindi sparking global curiosity.

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Kenya Airways Faces Second Staff Strike

Kenya Airways is facing another eminent strike yet again planned to start on Wednesday next week over a pay dispute over fresh demands by staff.

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Tsavo Opens its Doors to Investors

Tsavo Conservation Area invites investments for development of boutique, high quality tourist accommodation facilities in the low use and wilderness areas.

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Meet Northern Kenya’s Mobile Camel Library

The Mobile Camel Library run by the Kenya National Library Service to improve literacy in the north-east of Kenya takes books to the pastoralists.

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Tourism Ministry Opens Office in Garissa

The Kenya Ministry of Tourism has opened a Regional Tourism office in Garissa in a bid to tap the huge tourism potential in the North Eastern Region.

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Rothschild’s Giraffe Enters IUCN’s Red List

With less than 670 Rothschild’s giraffe in the wild, the IUCN has now categorised the subspecies in their Red List as ‘Endangered’.

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Kenya Eyes India as Next Tourism Market

India seems like the next big thing for Kenya’s tourism, going by the rising numbers of Indian tourists to Kenya recorded by the Kenya Tourist Board (KTB).

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Hairy Antelope Spotted in the Maasai Mara

A strange hairy antelope was caught on camera in the famous Maasai Mara a few weeks ago. Experts guessed the animal may be suffering from Cushing’s disease or a mutation.

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