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Martin ole Lankas (34) is a Masai, working as a tour guide in the National Park, showing tourists all the wild animals which previous generations Masai used to hunt because they were killing their cattle. Elephants in the background. Masai communities are living on the edges of the National Park. Traditionally they move around with their cattle and goats and sheep. But urbanization, expanding agricultural sector on one hand and the National Park on the other, their space is diminishing. In dry seasons they are forced to graze their animals inside the National Park, despite the risk to be fined by the Rangers.