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Wildlife Absolute Caution with Injuries and Liquor Since the relationship between humans and Hyenas is ancient, mutual peace has evolved, and even children are naturally left unharmed by Hyenas. The Hyenas can show curiosity toward humans but are usually cautious and restrained. On the other hand, Hyenas have been seen as highly interested in sick or heavily intoxicated people, just regarding this as something different from humans and therefore not included in the ancient consensus of mutual respect. [ CAUTION ] - Hyenas, A Nocturnal Danger for the Capital's Vulnerable. The Canyon's Adventurous Depths Bodily Trauma and Accident Risks Observing: hiking directly in the dry brook bed is only possible if some months have elapsed since the last rainy season. Hence, hiking within this deep cleft (B) - (14) in the dry season offers adventure experiences unique to those who may have the courage to surprise a pleasant, strenuous Hyena. It would, therefore, be possible for a pers

Human Civilization and Culture for Nature

            Human Civilization and Culture for Nature The evolution of civilization in different cultures and parts of the world indicates a strong connection between in-depth knowledge of biology and the specific culture's potential for development. Without a doubt, a healthy relationship is seen with this rule, even in other sciences. Still, it is particularly evident in biology, as this is so close to human health and well-being.  This focus on Entoto Natural Park with the orientation of native trees and plants reflects the intentions of this context. This synergy between human culture and the environment helps nature, and humankind develop appropriately and harmonically judiciously in a mutually reinforced relationship resembling symbiosis. The connection between scientific knowledge and respect for nature's values is vital in successful historical cases. However, improved living standards and economics have benefited humankind's culture and health mo

Mapping References

Mapping References Aerial photographs handed out from the Ethiopian Mapping Agency from the following dates:                               1984-01-25     Addis Ababa      S14.15- 0290 - 0923                                                                                     S14.16-0230 - 0236                                                                                     S14.17-0267 - 0273                                                                                     S14.18-0281 - 0287                              1984-12-07      Sululta                 SO2 050 - 059                              1985-01-09      Sululta                 R15 090 - 093 Map of ADDIS ABABA NW,  produced at Ethiopian Mapping Agency, 1982.Series: ETH 4, Sheet: 0938-D3, Edition 2.Scale 1: 50 000 Map of ADDIS ABABA NE, produced at Ethiopian Mapping Agency, 1982.Series: ETH 4, Sheet: 0938-D4, Edition 2.Scale 1: 50 000 In our synthesis, we have concentrated on finding the place

Bees' Cliff - (CAUTION)

Bees' Cliff - (CAUTION) 14.**Enchanting Lush Attractions Above the Abyss Bees' Cliff constitutes a hidden, unknown void, which can become a real danger and does not allow direct, easy proximity from either the east or the west side of the gorge's slopes. These precipitous cliff sides are so seriously too steep that all visual contact towards the abyss's bottom is impossible, except for the staggering view within the concealed vault of the waterfall. In all expressions of its nature, as a multi-dimensional beauty, it's despite all; nevertheless, a false invitation of security is delivered through the surrounding nature's grandiose lush veil of Bees' Cliff (14). This treacherous danger includes even any hiking within the depth bottom of the Canyon (35), but this case of alert is only apparent after point (36) towards (14). [See the see map below] Due to this alluring beauty, a deceivingly natural trickery is delivered. The easter canyo

The Torrential Rains and Erosion

The scientific and prehistoric phenomenon and background  The significant rainfall over the Ethiopian Highlands The humid and warm air that regularly arrives during the rainy season from the Indian Ocean and then rises over the Ethiopian highlands is a meteorological phenomenon known as Orographic Precipitation (OP) . This meteorological phenomenon is very well known, and its explanation follows as the incoming clouds transform their moisture into rain as they rise over a high mountain mass. The landscape in this picture illustrates the circumstances that affect erosion and its relationship to groundwater levels. Alluvial Water (AW) can be crucial for creating water for the natural groundwater reservoirs and the salvage of nutrient-rich sediment. The loss of this fertile soil frequently occurs and increases without these wetlands when, instead, this nutrient-rich sediment should be a welcome contribution to both farms' soil refinement and tourist attraction areas