Celebrating 90 years since the Kalahari Gemsbok National Park was proclaimed — de Wets Wild

Wedged into a remote corner of South Africa’s Northern Cape, between Namibia and Botswana, lies a very special piece of the Kalahari Desert. Here a wilderness of dunes, pans and dry, sandy river beds is a safe refuge to a rich variety of natural life, and one of the last fully functional ecosystems remaining on earth. […]

Celebrating 90 years since the Kalahari Gemsbok National Park was proclaimed — de Wets Wild

Rare white tiger born at Cuba’s Havana zoo — Repeating Islands

A report from Aljazeera. The tiger is one of four born on March 12 – white tigers are a genetic variation of orange Bengal tigers. Zookeepers at Cuba’s National Zoo in Havana are celebrating the birth of four Bengal tiger cubs, among them, a rare white tiger. The birth of the four striped cubs on […]

Rare white tiger born at Cuba’s Havana zoo — Repeating Islands

World-First: Captive-Born Cheetah Brothers Successfully Rewilded by The Aspinall Foundation — Katzenworld

The post World-First: Captive-Born Cheetah Brothers Successfully Rewilded by The Aspinall Foundation appeared first on Katzenworld – Welcome to the world of cats!. The Aspinall Foundation are delighted to announce that the two cheetahs sent from Howletts Wild Animal Park in Kent for a new life in the wilderness of South Africa’s Great Karoo have…

World-First: Captive-Born Cheetah Brothers Successfully Rewilded by The Aspinall Foundation — Katzenworld

Why are Jaguars Endangered? — The Jaguar

Here’s a guest post from Monica Heft of Animal Creative Facts! In this post, Monica summarizes many of the key points that have led to jaguars becoming endangered or threatened in many of their range countries.

Guest Post: Why are Jaguars Endangered? — The Jaguar

WHY ARE SO MANY PLANTS AND ANIMALS ON THE BRINK OF EXTINCTION? — The Mirror

Extinction is a natural event: animals and plants disappear naturally as time goes by, but – unfortunately – natural extinction is accelerating, due to anthropic factors, involving an increasing number of animals and plants. Natural extionction is usually a consequence of a gradual process, in which the number of animals or plants, belonging to a […]

WHY ARE SO MANY PLANTS AND ANIMALS ON THE BRINK OF EXTINCTION? — The Mirror