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Tanganyika, renowned for its commitment to wildlife preservation, stands at the forefront of some of the most impactful conservation efforts today. Its mission—to strive to strengthen the connections
Roaring News: On July 29th, one of our lionesses Ellie, welcomed a trio of adorable lion cubs into the world! This momentous occasion marks a significant milestone for
Cheetahs are one of the most iconic and vulnerable big cats in the world, with an estimated wild population of just 8,000 individuals. The loss and fragmentation of
Tanganyika Wildlife Park Welcomes the Arrival of a New Indian Rhino Baby after 462 days When you see the pictures of our new Indian rhino baby, you might
Tanganyika Wildlife Park is excited to announce the birth of a baby mandrill, born on August 3rd at the Kansas wildlife park! The new baby joins big sister
Here at Tanganyika we have seen an impressive breeding season among our African Penguin colony. In the 2020-2021 season we had 18 chicks hatch from September 2020-March 2021.