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Aardwolf

The aardwolf is one of the most specialised carnivores on the planet – eating termites – and the undeniable black sheep of the hyena family

Opinion Editorial

CEO note: Those dead elephants + hyena shenanigans + best pics

CEO note: Those dead elephants + hyena shenanigans + best pics

Photo Galleries, Photographer of the Year

Photographer of the Year 2021 Weekly Selection: Week 4

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Decoding science

Did fences cause the elephant deaths in Botswana?

New study examines whether fences could have impacted the elephant deaths in the Seronga region of Botswana in mid-2020.

Decoding science, Natural history

Unravelling the elaborate sex lives of spotted hyenas

High-ranked male spotted hyenas are more reproductively successful than their low-ranked rivals – hormone and behaviour analysis reveals why.

Opinion Editorial

CEO note: Kruger rhinos crash + best pics

CEO note: Kruger rhinos crash + best pics

Photo Galleries, Photographer of the Year

Photographer of the Year 2021 Weekly Selection: Week 3

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Rhino
News, Poaching

Kruger rhino populations plummet – latest official stats

Rhino populations in the Kruger National Park have plummeted to an estimated 3,529 white and 268 black rhinos – due to poaching & drought

News

Largest collaring initiative to protect wildlife in Pendjari and W National Parks, Benin

A successful large-scale collaring of elephants and antelopes aids in the restoration and protection of Pendjari and W National Parks, Benin.

Opinion Editorial

CEO note: Gold rush + sordid past + ancient walled kingdom

CEO note: Gold rush + sordid past + ancient walled kingdom

Photo Galleries, Photographer of the Year

Photographer of the Year 2021 Weekly Selection: Week 2

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Uncategorized

‘Gold rush’ as Botswana meets appetite for lion parts

Investigation reveals Botswana is exporting both live lions and lion parts to South Africa – possible links to canned hunting