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Massive Biodiversity Loss the Result of Voracious Human Consumption – WWF

Nairobi, Nov 12 – An exponential growth in human consumption of natural resources is the driving force behind the current unprecedented planetary change and...

Conservationists Voice Concern over Electrocution of Threatened Bird Species

Nairobi, Oct 30 – Conservation organisations in Kenya have voiced concern over the death of a threatened Martial Eagle that was electrocuted last week,...

Poachers Kill Two Wildlife Rangers in DRC’s Garamba National Park

Elephant poachers have killed two wildlife rangers in a shootout in Garamba National Park in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), reports...

South African Court Ruling Could Allow Domestic Trade in Rhino Horn

South Africa’s highest court has rejected a bid by the government to keep a ban on domestic trade in rhino horn, the Guardian...

Giraffe Declared ‘Vulnerable’ in IUCN’s Red List of Threatened Species

The iconic giraffe, one of the world's most recognisable animals and the tallest land mammal, has been moved from ‘least concern’ to ‘vulnerable’ in...

Zimbabwe to dehorn its Rhino’s to curb down poaching

In what is being perceived as a last ditch effort to curb rampant poaching, wildlife authorities in Zimbabwe have announced plans to dehorn 100...

Zimbabwe’s wildlife boss suspended over missing rhino horn

Zimbabwe's wildlife authority Director General has been suspended after more than 228kg of rhino horn went missing. According to the management authority, the Director...

Malawi to relocate 500 elephants to new sanctuary

Malawi wildlife experts will move 500 elephants from two overcrowded wildlife reserves in the country's south to Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve, a distance of more...

Famous lion Killed in Namibia

Animal lovers have expressed their outrage around the world after a famous endangered lion was shot dead with two others fighting for their lives...

South African Supreme Court of Appeal rules in favor of domestic rhino horn trade

South Africa will allow domestic trade of rhino horns again, after a seven-year ban. This is after the South African Supreme Court of Appeal...

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Massive Biodiversity Loss the Result of Voracious Human Consumption – WWF

Nairobi, Nov 12 – An exponential growth in human consumption of natural resources is the driving force behind the current unprecedented planetary change and...

WWF Appalled by China’s Legalization of Trade in Tiger Bone and Rhino Horn

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