Kenya: Butterfly farming to provide income and help conservation

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The Arabuko Sokoke Forest along the Kenyan coast is home to about 300 species of butterflies.

The insects are not only a tourist attraction, but a source of income for local communities who have found an economic incentive to conserve the forest.

Filmed by Jeff Sauke

Edited by Rhodri Davies

Source – BBC News – Africa

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