November 10, 2018 2018 in Environmental Review for Southeast Asia Burning rainforests on Borneo and Sumatra to make space for palm oil plantations By: Gregory McCann ttps://www.asiasentinel.com/society/2018-environmental-review-southeast-asia/ As 2018 comes to a close it is worth taking a look at the environmental trends throughout the year, with a special emphasis on those within the last […]
South Africa’s Addo National Park is home to a number of endangered species, such as black rhino and Cape buffalo. The largest of its animal populations is a breed of female bull elephant that have no tusks but have evolved quickly during the 20th Century. According to The New York Times, 90 to 95 percent […]
In Mozambique, researchers are racing to understand the genetics of elephants born without tusks—and the consequences of the trait.
From Tangalle we caught a couple of buses to Udawalawe National Park where we had chosen to do a safari. We had to change buses in Embilibitiya and that was supposed to take us directly to the village but the driver stopped at the road junction 3km from it and said we needed to get […]
This 4 November 2018 video is called Tswapong | Botswana‘s Wild Kingdoms | Wild Things Documentary.
October 2018 After my time in Africa, I just had to go on a safari in Asia. We didn’t manage to go to a national park in India but now is the time! We book a package tour with Dal Bhat Power (an agency affiliated with our hostel Alobar1000) to the Chitwan National Park.
By Damian Carrington as published on The Guardian The huge loss is a tragedy in itself but also threatens the survival of civilization, say the world’s leading scientists Humanity has wiped out 60% of mammals, birds, fish and reptiles since 1970, leading the world’s foremost experts to warn that the annihilation of wildlife is now an […]