Africa Geographic Blog
Investigation: Pangolin poaching and torture case hits a brick wall at court in Mozambique.
Learn more about the magnificent giraffe with this fascinating facts!
Be inspired by this selection of images that capture Namibia’s extraordinary light. Expect a visual feast!
Painted wolves, also known as African wild dogs, are remarkable creatures. Here are a five intriguing facts about them.
The critically endangered addax antelope is to be brought back from the edge of extinction through reintroducing captive-bred species into the wild in Chad.
Join professional artist Alison Nicholls on a special Big 5 art safari in the Greater Kruger.
Crop-raiding elephants in Zambia are being deterred humanely through the use of ‘chilli balls’ which are fired at their rumps.
Taking a look at the diverse escape and evade strategies of reptiles in southern Africa.
Once again Lemala Nanyukie has proven to be at the heart of big cat action, this time with a cheetah attempting to hunt gazelle right in front of the camp.
Opinion: Export of baby Zimbabwe elephants to China in defiance of CITES is shameful, and makes a mockery of ‘sustainable use’.
Catch up on the latest wildlife-viewing highlights from the team at Tinstwalo in the Greater Kruger’s Manyeleti Private Game Reserve.
Dung beetles are fascinating creatures! As one of the strongest insects out there, they do a brilliant job in maintaining a healthy ecosystem.
Watch a special sighting of a black-backed jackal mother feeding her pups in the Greater Kruger.
Perhaps one of Tanzania’s lesser-known national parks, Tarangire is an incredible East African safari destination with diverse wildlife and landscapes.
A recent study examines how social media marketplaces facilitate trafficking of endangered African grey parrots.
A moving tribute to the magnificent tusker known as ‘Samanyanga’, of Zimbabwe’s Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve – by wildlife filmmaker and photographer Kim Wolhuter. Samanyanga died of natural causes.
Opinion by biologist: Controversial dam being built in Tanzania’s remote Katavi National Park to save hippos may have negative environmental consequences.
Hippos play a very important role in maintaining the health of Africa’s rivers and lakes. Find out why here!
Zimbabwe’s iconic Matusadonha National Park will now be managed by African Parks and the government in a bit to secure the park and restore wildlife populations.
Akagera National Park in Rwanda is a success story in the making – where wildlife conservation, tourism and community upliftment are one and the same.
Three African countries are set to challenge recent CITES rulings so that they can trade in elephant, giraffe and rhino.