Zimbabwe says its elephant population, estimated at 84,000, is twice what can be supported by available food and land
The safari park in Australia is being kept secret for security reasons
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Many Chinese believe that African media is always looking for an opportunity to attack their community, but their story in Kenya is captivating.
Some bars even have terraces where customers can view animals in the park while downing a cold drink
First, it was a beloved lion, now 50-year-old elephant killed by tourist in Zimbabwe. It was legal, says authorities
The iconic animal, was the biggest elephant most people had ever seen.
The iconic cat was a popular attraction among visitors with his killer having apparently paid $50,000 for the kill
Africa’s vultures heading towards extinction, Asia's experience tells us why this is a problem for us all
Estimated to have added $34 billion to healthcare costs in India between 1993 and 2006
President Nyusi has sleepless nights: Criminal police, abductions, harassment of foreigners hit Mozambique
A record seizure of poached ivory and rhino horn valued at $19m has turned into an embarrassment – most of it has disappeared from guarded stores.
There were surprises. In Egypt, the Justice minister resigned after he said that the “sons of garbage collectors” should not become judges.
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On the front lines of conservation, various groups are coming up with innovative ways to deal with threats.
Under siege from poachers they may be, but the young ones are standing up to be counted.
Foreign powers are doing what they do best on the continent, exploit, but this time with the backing of our leaders.
The red-fronted gazelle, common in the the region, also listed by Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS)
The annual black market value of ivory trade is worth more than gold and cocaine.