on our blog: conservation and salvation in Malawi

by Danielle Nierenberg  In the small east African country of Malawi, we visited Lilongwe Wildlife Centre, providing sanctuary for rescued, confiscated, orphaned and injured animals. We met Kambuk, a leopard rescued after poachers shattered his knee in Nyika National Park, making it impossible for him to return to the wild. Nearly every animal we saw — from baboons to alligators — had a similar Cinderella story of overcoming insurmountable odds to survive and, in most cases... keep reading

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