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2 days ago
Blood Lions sparks massive anti-abuse campaign
Blood Lions sparks massive anti-abuse campaign
Travel News

Local tourism operators pledge not to support enterprises that contribute 'to the cycle of breeding, exploitation and senseless killing of predators'.

3 days ago
Climate change increases war risk
Climate change increases war risk

Researchers says that extreme weather changes will increase the risk of wars breaking out around the world.

9 days ago
Extinction threat for SA’s great white sharks
Extinction threat for SA’s great white sharks

Six-year study finds there are 50% fewer great white sharks along SA’s coast than previously believed.

17 days ago
Mangroves fall foul of climate change
Mangroves fall foul of climate change

Thousands of hectares of mangroves in Australia’s north have died as a result of climate change.

19 days ago
Why we need climate super heroes
Why we need climate super heroes

Zombies out, cool tech in: Climate comics sketch new vision of warmer world.

20 days ago
Floating atop foul-smelling green slime
Floating atop foul-smelling green slime

The toxic algae bloom spreading through Florida's Lake Okeechobee is more than just unpleasant. It's alarming.

21 days ago
When female sparrows go astray
When female sparrows go astray

The birds are normally monogamous but, just as with humans, females can sometimes be tempted to mate with 'fitter' males, scientists found.

21 days ago
Jordan's newest mall goes green
Jordan's newest mall goes green
Middle East

The three-story Abdali Mall is the first large-scale commercial complex in Jordan to be built to strict 'green' standards.

21 days ago
29 countries in drive to save Africa’s elephants
29 countries in drive to save Africa’s elephants
Gauteng

Twenty-nine African countries have banded together in a bid to ban ivory trade to ensure the survival of Africa’s elephants.

22 days ago
Storm-battered fish feeling climate change effects
Storm-battered fish feeling climate change effects

Increasingly intense storms driven by climate change could endanger sea life living near coastlines, says a researcher.

23 days ago
Time running out for world’s leopards
Time running out for world’s leopards

Southern Africa still has the healthiest population levels in the world, but they are declining because of human pressure, a new report says.

23 days ago
Kermit Sutra: The secret sex lives of frogs
Kermit Sutra: The secret sex lives of frogs

Previous research apparently revealed that when amphibians felt amorous, they restricted themselves to six sexual positions. [VIDEO].

24 days ago
Zoo where keeper was killed by tiger faces closure
Zoo where keeper was killed by tiger faces closure

A team of experts found that more than 200 animals had died at South Lakes Safari Zoo in Cumbria since the start of last year.

24 days ago
Eagle that starred in TV series killed by hunters
Eagle that starred in TV series killed by hunters

A martial eagle from the Kruger National Park that starred in British wildlife series Fierce has been killed by hunters in ...

25 days ago
How cosy fleeces are poisoning our oceans
How cosy fleeces are poisoning our oceans

Research has shown fleece are a major source of marine pollution, with hundreds of tiny polyester fibres released when they are washed.