Tagged: africa

www.dailymail.com

Taking The Lions Share

Bone: Any piece of hard, whitish material making up the skeleton of vertebrates. Ok, so we now know the definition of bone. Great. Now, let’s pick a vertebrate totally at random shall we?...

2,946 total views, no views today

rhino4

The Rhino Horn Yo-yo

Like most of you, I don’t really keep up with international animal policy news and so missed some of the news from South Africa. After their momentous and controversial decision in December to...

1,490 total views, no views today

www.ifaw.org

Selfish Selfies

Tiger selfies and lion walking are the hottest trends on social media. Exotic pet trade is at an all time high. People love wild animals, but this way of loving them does just...

938 total views, no views today

elephant-poaching

Elephant Poaching Levels Stabilise

The number of illegally killed elephants across Africa has finally stabilised. After years of rising poaching levels which have dropped the enigmatic species into a crisis, the number of individual elephants being killed...

2,075 total views, 3 views today

Image by Emily Stewart

Africa’s Lions Are In Trouble

As a Western romanticist we often think of the plains of Africa teeming with antelope and zebras gathering around the watering hole in some sort of Lion King-esque vision. And of course who...

2,502 total views, no views today

22413667

Illegal fishing and China

I’ve written before about how wildlife crime is a big issue in China and recently it has become a major political issue. China happens to be very strict on illegal fishing in its...

1,022 total views, no views today

Powered by Calculate Your BMI