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Human-wildlife conflict

The Edge of Existence and human-wildlife conflict – we interview James Suter

The Edge of Existence tells the story of human-wildlife conflict on the western boundary of Tanzania’s Serengeti. We interview the filmmaker

Destinations, Hwange, Natural history, Zimbabwe

HWANGE

Zimbabwe’s oldest and largest national park, Hwange is a safari paradise that hosts large populations of elephants, lions and wild dogs

DR Congo, News, Poaching

Confiscated parrots fly free again over DR Congo forests

39 poached & confiscated African grey parrots released in eastern DR Congo after being rehabilitated at Lwiro Primate Rehabilitation Centre

Opinion Editorial

CEO note: Reality check + another ‘problem’ elephant killed

CEO note: Reality check + another ‘problem’ elephant killed

Photo Galleries, Photographer of the Year

Jens Cullmann, 2020 Photographer of the Year – gallery two

This fantastic gallery by Photographer of the Year 2020 winner Jens Cullmann will have you booking your next safari with Africa Geographic

Decoding science

Forest elephants going hungry as climate change stops trees from fruiting

Forest elephants are losing body condition – most probably due to climate impacts on forest tree fruit production – say researchers

Natural history

Chacma Baboon

The baboon is one of the largest monkeys in the world, with human-like cunning and 4cm canines that rival those of leopards

Opinion Editorial

CEO note: Captive-bred lion hunting not ‘fair chase’ + Lost & found

CEO note: Captive-bred lion hunting not ‘fair chase’ + Lost & found

Riff Raff
Human-wildlife conflict, News

Riff Raff the ‘problem-causing’ elephant shot and killed

The ‘problem-causing’ elephant known as Riff Raff has been shot and killed by provincial authorities in South Africa

Hunting, Uncategorized

Captive-bred lion hunting not acceptable – say Dallas Safari Club & CIC

Captive-bred lion hunting “not representative of responsible, sustainable, fair chase hunting … damaging the reputation of hunters” …

Madagascar, Natural history

Lemurs of Madagascar

The lemurs of Madagascar are a fascinating family of primates of all shapes & sizes that have evolved to fill every niche on the island

Madagascar, Natural history

“Lost” species of chameleon found in hotel gardens

A ‘lost’ species of chameleoln – Voeltzkow’s chameleon – has been found in a hotel garden in Madagascar after it had been assumed extinct