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Docks of hippos at risk in Namibia ‘s…

Dozens of hippopotamuses are caught in a shrinking pool of mud and water in a recreation reserve in Namibia and are at risk of dying of hunger and thirst, the Daily News online booklet mentioned…

Zimbabwe: Mysterious Elephants Death Toll Rises to 22

The number of elephants dying from a suspected bacterial infection, possibly from eating poisonous plants in western Zimbabwe has risen to 22, and "more deaths are expected," a spokesman for the country's parks agency said…

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Uganda: Endangered Gorillas Impacted by Covid

A Ugandan silverback gorilla called Rafiki is one of countless animals that has fallen victim to poachers as the effects of coronavirus hit the east African country. At the start of June this year wildlife…

Humanity has used up the global budget for…

It's called "Overshoot Day", the moment each year when we humans have used up more natural resources that the Earth can renew in 12 months. And this year that day came on Saturday, August 22nd.…

Tourism Decline Hampers Wildlife In Kenya

A reserve home to orphaned baby elephants in Kenya. In the absence of their mothers, the baby elephants rely on human care to survive. A rather expensive daily ration that park managers try to support…

Botswana set to investigate sudden deaths of 275…

Botswana Authorities are set to investigate the sudden deaths of 275 that tragically died mysteriously. An eyewitness said local communities are being advised not to tamper with the dead elephant's tusks. Poaching remains a threat…

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Senegalese fisherman protect sea turtles

Senegalese fishermen have joined forces to protect sea turtles. As one of the ocean’s most endangered species, the sea turtle is threatened by poaching, pollution and even fishing nets. “We sometimes catch turtles but we…

Wildlife: Four lions on the loose in Limpopo

Limpopo police on Tuesday warned residents to be on the alert for four lions on the loose in the Alldays area. Initially, seven lions escaped from a safari, but three have since been captured. The…

Wild animals facing malnutrition in Kenya museums

The restrictions on movement of people due to the Covid-19 pandemic have seen fewer people visiting Kenya's parks and the National Museums of Kenya, resulting in reduced earnings from gate collections. Now the animals under…