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Natural history, Opinion Editorial

Tana River primates – on a broken wildlife highway

The critically endangered Tana River red colobus & mangabey are endemic to the forests on the banks of the Tana River

Natural history

Poaching and tuskless elephants – the scientific confirmation

Ivory poaching selectively drives the evolution of tuskless elephants – new research confirms what many experts have suggested for decades

Comment - teamAG
Opinion Editorial

Comment – teamAG – Friday 26 November 2021

Comment – teamAG – Friday 26 November 2021

Natural history

Herding 4 Health – people, livestock and conservation

Herding 4 Health is a rural community activity promoting conservation by teaching innovative herding in and near wildlife areas

Destinations, Travel & Lifestyle

Lewa Wildlife Conservancy – Kenya’s golden child

Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Kenya, is a haven for rare and wonderful wildlife that offers exclusive stunning safari experiences.

Natural history

Sunbird feathers and the sweltering cost of beauty

Gorgeous iridescent sunbird feathers play an essential role in visual communication but could dangerously increase heat absorption – new research

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Opinion Editorial

Comment – teamAG – Friday 19 November 2021

Comment – teamAG – Friday 19 November 2021

Destinations, Travel & Lifestyle

The Garden Route – South Africa’s ultimate road trip

The Garden Route is a dramatic meeting of mountains, gorges, forest and the Indian Ocean, interspersed by quaint, sleepy beach towns

Natural history

Caracal – Africa’s deadly beauty

The caracal, with its luminous eyes, dramatic ear tufts, bold facial markings and stocky physique is arguably Africa’s most exquisite cat

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Opinion Editorial

Comment – teamAG – Friday 12 November 2021

Comment – teamAG – Friday 12 November 2021

Destinations, Travel & Lifestyle

Ghosts in the gorges – on the fugitives’ trail

Fugitives’ Drift is a rejuvenating getaway for heart and soul, where the hills breathe history and ghosts whisper in the moonlit gorges. The lodge is a haven of family hospitality in a breathtaking natural setting. 

Natural history, Opinion Editorial

Mobilising Africa’s biodiversity experts to put nature on the decision-making map

African biodiversity experts mobilise to produce a continental map of ‘biodiversity intactness’ for African decision-makers.