Arusha in all its beauty! The northern TZ office is working hard rain or shine!
Driving to work!
Today, in the international day of the book, PAMS dedicate a tribute to J. Kingdom who, trough his drawings and books, contributed to the knowledge of beautiful African wildlife world
Happy World Earth day! All around the world people today are celebrating our planet, thinking about its beauty and the way to preserve it. This year the day is dedicated helping to solve the plastic waste pollution that is suffocating lands and sea. Did you know that there are an estimated 270,000 tons of plastic floating on the surface of the ocean and a staggering 700 different marine species are threatened by its presence? If you want to help take a look at the initiatives of the "Earth day network" ... See more
An interesting question to reflect on. What do you think about it?
Many of the world's most charismatic animal species -- those that attract the largest interest and deepest empathy from the public -- are at high risk of extinction in part because many people believe their iconic stature guarantees their survival.
The best Birthday celebration lunches happen in the office!
No man fears what he has seen grow (African proverb)
Tumaini off go teach the Living in Harmony with Nature education syllabus at secondary schools in Simanjiro District, despite the difficult road conditions. True dedication!
The rainy season brings so much nourishment to the earth and such beautiful colors! Trying to get to the office in the morning can be a challenge though . The PAMS Arusha team always seems to manage...thankful to all who make such an effort even when the mud and floods try to keep them away! 😊☔️💦 ... See more
The strange "others"... It lives exclusively in subterranean waters, it’s completely blind, but it’s able to receive sound waves in the water and recognize particular sounds that lead to localization of prey. It also has the ability to sense weak electric field, and some experiments suggest that it may be able to use Earth's magnetic field to orient itself. It can live over 10 years without food and it reproduces every 12.5 years. On average, it lives about 70 years, with a probable maximum lifespan of about 100 years. In the past, in Europe where it lives, people believed they were larvae of dragons because the only occasion they were observed was when they were flooded out of caves after heavy rains. The same caves where people believed Dragons were hiding. It’s the Olm, also called the human fish. Life is always surprising. ... See more
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