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White-eared kob and tiang migration South Sudan

A recent survey in South Sudan by the NGO Space for Giants shows that the white-eared kob and tiang migration, continues, despite decades-long civil wars

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Lion farming and zoonotic diseases

The zoonotic diseases that lions carry and why lion farming is potentially harmful to human beings – new research

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Rhino poaching in Botswana – why the smoke and mirrors?

Rhino poaching in Botswana – we try to make sense of the rumours and our CEO asks why the smoke and mirrors?

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Four giraffe species, seven subspecies: new research

Giraffe – four species and seven subspecies the correct division – says new research

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Serval

With its long limbs, spotted coat and characteristic spring-loaded pounce, the serval is one of the most striking cat species in Africa


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Tuli

Botswana’s Tuli is a place where the wind carries stories of the past, whispering over rocks, around baobabs and across the vast wilderness

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New pack of African painted dogs released

Endangered African painted dogs – a new pack has been released into the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Reserve in another conservation milestone for the species


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Amboseli National Park – Kenya

Amboseli National Park in Kenya nestles in the shadow of mighty Mount Kilimanjaro. It is a land of exquisite contrasts, iconic scenery and extraordinary biodiversity.

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Chobe River lions face an uncertain future

Lions in the Chobe River area face an uncertain future – pressured by human farmers to the north and a lack of new blood from the south


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The Mundari people of South Sudan

The Mundari people of South Sudan are a fascinating, traditional people with a cattle-based culture forging into the 21st century

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Elephant range is just a fraction of its potential

Africa’s elephants occupy just 17% of their possible range, their historical areas fragmented by human activity. There is potential for expansion – new research


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The restoration of Gorongosa National Park

Gorongosa: A long-lost doctoral thesis by an ecologist far ahead of his time helps unleash the massive potential of Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique