South Sudan's protected area of Bandingilo National Park hosts the second-largest wildlife migration in the world. The Boma National Park is an important refuge for African buffalo, elephant, leopard, giraffe, zebra, oryx and cheetah. Surveys revealed that significant, though diminished wildlife populations still exist, and that, astonishingly, the huge migration of 1.3 million antelopes in the southeast is substantially intact. - "Wikipedia"
The Sudd is a vast swamp in South Sudan, formed by the White Nile. The area which the swamp covers is one of the world's largest wetlands and the largest freshwater wetland in the Nile basin. The Sudd provides food and water to large populations of migrating birds, with more than 400 species of bird found here. - "Wikipedia"
The Blue and White Nile rivers meet in Khartoum to form the River Nile, which flows northwards through Egypt to the Mediterranean Sea. The Blue Nile's course through Sudan is nearly 800 km (497 mi) long and is joined by the Dinder. - "Wikipedia"
In the north of Sudan there is the very dry Nubian Desert. The dry regions are plagued by sandstorms, known as haboob, which can completely block out the sun. In the northern and western semi-desert areas many people are nomadic, travelling with their herds of sheep and camels. Nearer the River Nile, there are well-irrigated farms growing cash crops. - "Wikipedia"
Today there are many operators throughout the African continent offering different levels of safari service, from lodge based tours, where clients travel between lodges or tented camps often by air, fly in safaris where clients will meet the camps and staff after travel by plane or helicopter, to the true Mobile Safari operation where the clients travel with the Guides, staff and equipment from site to site. - "Wikipedia"
A referendum took place in Southern Sudan from 9 to 15 January 2011 on whether the region should remain a part of Sudan or be independent. Preliminary results indicate that 98% of voters selected the "separation" option, with 1% selecting "unity". Southern Sudan became an independent country on 9 July 2011. - "Wikipedia"
We’ll be joined by Infowars writer Patrick Henningsen to discuss the real agenda behind Obama’s decision to send US troops into Uganda and how it ties into the scramble to control African resources. 21stcenturywire.com [[ START DONATING NOW, DON'T WAIT!! ]] (Official Infowars 2011 Moneybomb Website) infowarsmoneybomb.com In 2008, Barack Obama made history as the first black President in the United States of America. Three years later, he has made history again, this time as the first US President to establish a permanent US military presence on the African continent. Obama announced late last week, “I believe that deploying these US armed forces furthers US national security interests and foreign policy and will be a significant contribution toward counter-LRA efforts in central Africa.” Safari USA: African-Americans may be shocked to discover that Obama is the first US President to break-in Africa It is ironic that America’s first black President would be the one to establish a permanent US military beach head in Africa, but one only has to read the numerous strategic briefings available from US AFRICOM to reveal a long-range Anglo-American agenda for the Dark Continent. When the US formed AFRICOM in 2007 under President George W. Bush, 49 different countries signed on to the US military imperial charter for Africa. AFICOM is a colonial subsidary of Neoconservative pièce de résistance known as the Project for a New American Century (PNAC). In sporting terms, you could … Video Rating: 4 / 5
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