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|Adopted Gazzelle by Nobody: 11:55am On Nov 04, 2016|
I had to share this story by the Kenya standard Newspaper. It's a reminder of the pre colonial peaceful coexistence between men and wildlife:
|Re: Adopted Gazzelle by Seun(m): 12:04pm On Nov 04, 2016|
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|Re: Adopted Gazzelle by solpat(m): 12:15pm On Nov 04, 2016|
|Re: Adopted Gazzelle by Surely63(m): 12:21pm On Nov 04, 2016|
|Re: Adopted Gazzelle by hahn(m): 12:56pm On Nov 04, 2016|
Pictures of you crying
|Re: Adopted Gazzelle by hahn(m): 1:02pm On Nov 04, 2016|
What do you mean by @ the emboldened? That is just one girl. Was this story before the colonial era?
BTW, if this happened in present day Nigeria, the villagers would have eaten the "bush meat" and Seun and lalasticlala would have taken it to front page
|Re: Adopted Gazzelle by ThunderingHooves: 3:20pm On Nov 04, 2016|
very good of the little girl. Sometimes i think to myself goodness can't be taught it's innate.
|Re: Adopted Gazzelle by Nobody: 4:20pm On Nov 04, 2016|
ThunderingHooves:I agree. There are also communities where caring for wildlife is part of the culture, especially in some of the Northern Oromo clans.
It's an ongoing story. Very current.
Thanks for calling Lala. I think the story is front page material. Even Seu.n approves.
|Re: Adopted Gazzelle by hahn(m): 4:28pm On Nov 04, 2016|
You saw that
But the animal is not roasted or barbecued so I really doubt that
|Re: Adopted Gazzelle by Nobody: 4:32pm On Nov 04, 2016|
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