The Malindi Waterfront project is set to enhance Malindi’s economy and multicultural diversity which has been heavily affected by climate change and uncontrolled urbanisation. The coastal city has served as a major tourists’ destination, both locally and internationally due to its wealth in culture and historical sites.
Adorned by diverse attractions, including the Vasco da Gama pillar, Malindi Museum and the House of Columns, Uhuru Garden, Falconry park, Malindi Marine Park beach, Bunthwani Pier and various villas and cottages, Malindi is one of the few liveliest multicultural cities in Kenya.
The rare black chickenen also known as the Ayam Cemani, is now growing in its popularity due to its unique pitch black colour found on its external and internal body organs.
Found in the Asian nation of Indonesia, the Ayam Cemani chicken breed is completely black from both head, feathers and feet to internal organs, including skin, flesh and bones.
The name Ayam Cemani itself directly translates to “thoroughly black chicken”, where Ayam means “chicken” in Indonesian, while cemani means “thoroughly black”
By using the new machine learning technologies, the scientists based in WildCRU at the University of Oxford, partnered with fellow researchers in the Department of Computer Science to discover a new device, known as a biologger.
The biologger can be attached to an existing lion GPS collar to record audio and movement data. The biologgers then allow the scientists to associate each roar with the correct lion by cross-referencing movement and audio data through the large datasets of roar recordings collected.