Research published in Nature last week finds that “hydraulically diverse” forests are particularly resilient in the face of drought, which could help inform strategies for restoring forests aft
The black rhino may be making a comeback in Chad after nearly 50 years, thanks to a relocation programme involving South African rhino.
Thousands of scientists joined on Monday to accuse the Trump administration of trying to erode the Endangered Species Act in favor of commercial interests with a plan to revamp regulations that hav
Investigators exploring the plight of endangered jaguar have uncovered secretive networks of hunters, smugglers and organised gangs involved in multi-million-pound trafficking chains leading to Chi
China has some 25 species of primates, of which 15 to 18 have fewer than 3,000 individuals surviving in the wild, according to a new study.
Dehradun: A study by scientists of the Dehradun-based Wildlife Institute of India (WII) in the Bhagirathi basin near Gaumukh has revealed that in the last two years, there has been a rise of at lea
As the summer planting season approaches in eastern Zimbabwe, small-scale farmers struggle with familiar questions: When will the rains come, and when should I sow my crops?
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, on Saturday urged the government of Tanzania to review its conservation policies to enhance the management of rh
The relocation of 100 elephants from the Save Valley Conservancy to Rifa Safari area in Hurungwe has begun with eight of the wild animals being released in the Zambezi Valley, recently.
Rajkot: The reason for deaths of 11 lions in just eight days in Dalkhaniya Range of Gir (east) still remains a mystery.
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