Apparently a poachers’ well-kept secret in the middle of the sprawling Ruaha National Park in southern Tanzania is the latest hotspot every conservationist, geologist, archeologist and enthusiast will be attracted to.
Until recently when a search for poachers and other criminals encroaching on the park was mounted, none of the past and present officials had spotted the place now christened Ruaha Amazing Site.
Evidently only poachers and other criminals from neighbouring villages were aware of the site they turned into their hideout when conservation rangers sought them.
Conservation officials led by the park Commander Godwell Meing’ataki first saw the awe-inspiring site at Magda, south of the over 20,000-square-kilometre park, aboard a chopper.
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