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Kenya's wildlife helps develop new enzymes for industry

By David Bwakali

In Kenya the textile, detergent and pharmaceutical industries aren’t as well-known as tourism or tea and coffee exports. But these three industries are being helped by local scientists who are working with the UN and Kenya’s Wildlife Service to develop new enzymes for industry. Correspondent David John Bwakali reports from Nairobi.

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