There are some major moves afoot in South Africa and Mozambique, as conservationists and researchers try moving elephants to help protect them from ivory poaching and habitat loss.
Ninety-five percent of the world's lemur population is "on the brink of extinction," making them the most endangered primates on Earth, a leading conservation group said recently.
A scientist has sounded the alarm over declining wildlife populations in Kenya.
Nainital: In the ongoing matter pertaining to safety of tigers in the state, the Uttarakhand high court on Thursday expressed displeasure at the affidavit submitted by the chief secretary in the ma
Calcutta: Five hundred pairs of all-weather night-vision cameras will be installed across the Sunderbans Tiger Reserve and South 24-Parganas division for the second round of tiger census in the man
Researchers from Aarhus University and University of Gothenburg have produced the most comprehensive family tree and atlas of mammals to date, connecting all living and recently extinct mammal spec
Despite the hefty fines of up to N$5 million or 25 years jail term for elephants and rhino poaching, Namibian officials have recorded 25 cases of rhino and 16 of elephant hunted illegally countrywi
Over 50 wildlife rangers from throughout Africa were honoured for their contribution to conservation on the continent during a ceremony in Cape Town, South Africa.
A suspect linked to the recent killing of a rhino at the Lake Nakuru National Park has been arrested in Naivasha.
The last of the 11 black rhinos translocated to a newly established sanctuary at the Tsavo National Park has died.
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