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Illegal wildlife trade, Natural history, Poaching

Farmed vs wild rhino horn – what the research tells us

Does farming of rhinos prevent illegal trade in wild rhino horn? Research into consumer preferences sheds light on the rhino-horn trade

Opinion Editorial

THIS WEEK

Of mammoths and tuskers, visiting south and central Madland, and contemplating horny toads – all this week with AG.

hunting tuskers
Human-wildlife conflict, Hunting, Natural history, Opinion Editorial

How much to kill a woolly mammoth?

The trophy hunting of 2 of Botswana’s largest tuskers threatens community wealth, a wildlife corridor & tusker survival. By Simon Espley

Destinations, Natural history, Travel & Lifestyle

South and central Madagascar

South and central Madagascar is popular with tourists who enjoy the spiny forests, elegant sifakas, ring-tailed lemurs and desert canyons

Opinion Editorial

THIS WEEK

The Top 101 Photographer of the Year entries (4 galleries), an in-depth look into famous leopard Hosana’s death, & delving into Namibia’s iconic Himba tribe – all this week with AG.

Photo Galleries, Photographer of the Year

Photographer of the Year 2022 Top 101 – Gallery 4

The Top 101 entries for Photographer of the Year 2022 are here! Overall winners will be announced in late May. Entries are now closed.

Photo Galleries, Photographer of the Year

Photographer of the Year 2022 Top 101 – Gallery 3

The Top 101 entries for Photographer of the Year 2022 are here! Overall winners will be announced in late May. Entries are now closed.

Photo Galleries, Photographer of the Year

Photographer of the Year 2022 Top 101 – Gallery 2

The Top 101 entries for Photographer of the Year 2022 are here! Overall winners will be announced in late May. Entries are now closed.

Photo Galleries, Photographer of the Year

Photographer of the Year 2022 Top 101 – Gallery 1

The Top 101 entries for Photographer of the Year 2022 are here! Overall winners will be announced in late May. Entries are now closed.

Opinion Editorial, People

The Himba – a people in transition

The iconic Himba people of Namibia navigate an uncertain, modernising world affected by climate change and marginalisation

Human-wildlife conflict, Natural history, News

Hosana, famous Sabi Sand leopard, killed under tragic circumstances

Well-known leopard Hosana of Sabi Sand is believed to have been killed in self-defence by an anti-poaching unit on patrol

Opinion Editorial

THIS WEEK

Our last week of Photographer of the Year entries (in 2 galleries), your guide on the best places to see leopards, female birdsong in swallows and changing seasons – all this week with AG.