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CEO note
Opinion Editorial

CEO note: Extinction business + 2 success stories

CEO note: Extinction business + 2 success stories

Natural history

Cheetahs return to Bangweulu, Zambia

Three cheetahs have been successfully translocated from South Africa to Bangweulu in Zambia – the first cheetahs there in nearly a century

Natural history

Operation Twiga V

15 ‘Critically Endangered’ Nubian giraffes translocated from Murchison Falls to Pian Upe in Uganda – part of ongoing giraffe range expansion

Decoding science

The extinction business – South Africa’s cold-blooded reptile trade

South Africa’s amphibian & reptile trade is a growing industry that is unregulated, unsustainable, and unethical – says report

CEO note
Opinion Editorial

CEO note: Frack the Okavango + arch enemies + Gorongosa

CEO note: Frack the Okavango + arch enemies + Gorongosa

News, Uncategorized

Paradise is closing down: The ghastly spectre of oil drilling and fracking in fragile Okavango Delta

Okavango Delta under threat as oil drilling and fracking loom on the horizon after Canadian company tests massive prospecting concessions

Destinations, Gorongosa, Mozambique, Photo Galleries

GORONGOSA IN IMAGES

Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique is a place of abundance; one of the most diverse ecosystems on Earth – for the safari connoisseur

Decoding science

Arch-enemies? New research on lions vs hyenas

Lions vs hyenas is the ultimate African drama. New research has shed light on the dynamics between these two apex predators

Opinion Editorial

CEO note: Crafty strategy + great news + rhino facts

CEO note: Crafty strategy + great news + rhino facts

Natural history

RHINO

Africa’s 2 rhino species are the most numerous of the world’s 5 species. Here is everything you need to know about black and white rhinos

News

580 elephants return to Virunga in DR Congo – and other species follow in their wake

580 elephants have been seen moving again between Queen Elizabeth NP in Uganda and Virunga NP in DR Congo – and other species are following

Decoding science, Natural history

Female banded mongooses incite violence for better mating opportunities

Female banded mongooses lead their groups into deliberate conflict with rival groups to increase their chances of mating – research