Maisai Mara, Self Assignment, July 2013 : News Photo

Maisai Mara, Self Assignment, July 2013

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NAROK, KENYA - OCTOBER 14: Tourists in their open 4X4 car entering the main gate of the Mara triangle part of the Masai Mara game reserve. The Masai Mara's ecosystem is facing an imminent collapse under the weight of heavy investments by hoteliers and camp operators. In addition, the reserve, home to 25 percent of wildlife in Kenya also faces challenges of large visitor numbers that threatens the quality of the ecosystem. Population encroachment and poverty around the reserve is also creating pressure on the game reserve and its wildlife where both men and animals are competing for the same space and resources. Photographed for Self Assignment on October 14, 2013 in Narok, Kenya. (Photo by Guillaume Bonn/Contour Style by Getty Images)
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NAROK, KENYA - OCTOBER 14: Tourists in their open 4X4 car entering the main gate of the Mara triangle part of the Masai Mara game reserve. The Masai Mara's ecosystem is facing an imminent collapse under the weight of heavy investments by hoteliers and camp operators. In addition, the reserve, home to 25 percent of wildlife in Kenya also faces challenges of large visitor numbers that threatens the quality of the ecosystem. Population encroachment and poverty around the reserve is also creating pressure on the game reserve and its wildlife where both men and animals are competing for the same space and resources. Photographed for Self Assignment on October 14, 2013 in Narok, Kenya. (Photo by Guillaume Bonn/Contour Style by Getty Images)
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