This 24 March 2020 video from Kenya says about itself:
These calves and adult elephants from the ‘Winds’ herd show us just how they like their midday naps in Samburu National Reserve. Some prefer standing, others like to snuggle up, and then, of course, there are those who eventually give in to the wave of sleep after a delicate balancing act! Footage: Alfred Ngachi / Save the Elephants.
This 3 March 2020 video from Kenya says about itself:
OMG! Kenya – TRUMP deal ANGERS East Africa; Violates African Union & East African Community Agreements! 🤦🏾♀️
So it looks like the recently signed Kenya-Trump Deal could actually be in violation of African Union Free Trade Agreement AND the East African Community. Such a shame!
This 18 February 2020 video from Kenya is called Elusive African primate captured on camera for the first time in 20 YEARS.
From the University of Helsinki in Finland, 18 February 2020:
Good news from the Kenyan Taita Hills: the Taita mountain dwarf galago still survives. This was confirmed by researchers working at the University of Helsinki Taita Research Station.
The tiny nocturnal prosimian, weighing only 100-180 grams, was first reported in 2002, but no sightings had been made since.
This 17 February 2020 video from Kenya says about itself:
Kenya Picked As 1st African Country For Trade Deal With US. This can not be a good sign!
This 28 December 2019 video from Kenya says about itself:
A lion cub that had ventured into the bush was lost for a couple of minutes before crying for help and returning back to the slightly worried pride.
This heartwarming sighting was filmed in the Tsavo east national park by Maasai sightings.
This 17 December 2019 video from Kenya is called This 130 Year Old Tortoise [Mzee] Saves Baby Hippo [Owen]’s Life, Now They Are Best Friends.
This 4 December 2019 video from Kenya says about itself:
Spotting A Rare Group of 8 Cheetah! | Seven Worlds, One Planet | BBC Earth
It’s rare enough to see one cheetah in the Masai Mara, so the Seven Worlds crew were ecstatic when they spotted a group of eight!