Posted in Biodiversity Conservation Country DR Congo News

News Feature, 31st July 2018

Two Baby Mountain Gorillas Born in DR Congo’s Virunga National Park Virunga Park, the nature preserve in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo…

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Posted in Biodiversity Country Law Enforcement News South Africa

News Feature, 30th July 2018

South Africa Almost Doubles Annual Quota of Lion Bones Exported for Traditional Chinese Medicine A major report on the practice has been published after South African…

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Posted in Conservation Country Kenya News

News Feature, 29th July 2018

Lions Attack Sole Rhino Survivor of Bungled Kenyan Park Relocation The only rhino to survive a bungled relocation to a Kenyan wildlife park has been attacked…

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Posted in Crime Law Enforcement News

China Seizes Mammoth Tusks, Walrus Tusks and Antelope Horns in Huge Ivory Haul

China seizes 156 mammoth tusks, 406 walrus tusks and over 1,000 antelope horns in huge ivory haul Chinese customs authorities said they seized 156 prehistoric…

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Posted in Biodiversity Conservation Country Mozambique News

In Mozambique, a Living Laboratory for Nature’s Renewal

In Mozambique, a Living Laboratory for Nature’s Renewal At Gorongosa National Park, scarred by civil war, scientists are answering fundamental questions about ecology and evolution,…

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Posted in Crime News

News Feature, July 22nd 2018

Seven Tonnes of Scales from Endangered Pangolin Seized from Cargo Shipment in Hong Kong Bound for Mainland China More than seven tonnes of scales believed…

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Posted in Biodiversity Conservation Country Kenya News

8 Endangered Black Rhinos Die After Relocation in Kenya

8 Endangered Black Rhinos Die After Relocation in Kenya The relocation of endangered black rhinos has been immediately suspended following the death of eight rhinos…

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Posted in Country Crime Law Enforcement News South Africa

News Feature, July 16 2018

Rhino poaching: Latest Figures Show a Decade of Bloodshed in South Africa When just 13 rhinos were poached in South Africa in 2007, it seemed…

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Posted in Malawi News Zambia Zimbabwe

African wildlife officials trained by UK crime scene investigators to tackle poaching

African wildlife officials trained by UK crime scene investigators to tackle poaching Wildlife officials in Africa are to be trained by UK scientists in crime…

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Posted in News South Africa

In Africa, Geneticists Are Hunting Poachers

In Africa, Geneticists Are Hunting Poachers South African authorities long had eyes on Rogers Mukwena. They knew the former schoolteacher was wanted in Zimbabwe for…

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