Namibia has revised the country’s human – wildlife conflict policy and will now compensate families of people killed by wild animals including crocodiles and hippos with up to 100,000 Namibian doll

The national water utility agency has embarked on a Rwf80-million solar-powered borehole project that will serve as a quick and temporary intervention to save people living along the Nyabarongo Riv

Plans to build a huge hydroelectric dam in the heart of one of Africa’s largest remaining wild areas have dismayed conservationists who fear that the plans will cause irreversible damage to the Sel

Reptiles being sold openly and illegally in Moroccan markets

Australian oceans are too warm for crocodiles, according to a new study by researchers from the University of Queensland (UQ) who found that climate warming is linked to shorter dives, which puts t

A total of 48 people were killed by wild animals across Namibia between 2013 to date, the Ministry of Environment and Tourism has confirmed.

As many as half of the world’s 27 species of crocodilian face being wiped out due to human activity, although the most feared variety, the saltwater crocodile, faces a brighter future, according to

SURAT: The Nature Club of Surat (NCS), an NGO working for the environment education and animal welfare, has initiated a survey in coordination with the forest department to establish the exact popu

Concerned over spurt in crocodile attacks in the Vishwamitri river, the forest department has now decided to construct public toilets for those staying on the banks.

Marites Gatan Balbas has won a Whitley award for her work involving local communities in the protection of the 'misunderstood' Philippine crocodile