Building Roads In The Serengeti

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The Serengeti is one of Tanzania's priceless natural treasures, but people living around the the edge of the park have been demanding better roads. Environmentalists say that more traffic may endanger the great migration of the wildebeest, on which the park's ecosystem depends. Will economic development put at risk one of the natural wonders of the world? We have a special report from our reporter Lucy Hooker in the Serengeti.

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Fri 29 Nov 2013 01:06 GMT

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