Originally posted on Wild Snapshots: Some of the world’s most unique species are facing rapid population declines as the billion dollar illegal animal trade booms. If you’ve been to south east Asia, or even some areas of central and south America chances are you’ve seen monkeys, snakes or birds paraded around some of the biggest…
This article is brought to you thanks to the collaboration of The European Sting with the World Economic Forum. Author: Alex Thornton, Senior Writer , Formative Content Tigers need large areas to roam and hunt unmolested. But Bengal tigers live in one of the most populous areas on Earth – and the resulting conflict with humans and destruction of […]
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Wildlife populations declined by an average of 60% over the last four decades
From childhood, I had been intrigued by stories about headhunters of Nagaland. As I grew older, I got to read books like Highway 39 and Land of the Dawn Lit Mountains. In the latter, the author, a lady from United Kingdom, rides solo from Guwahati all through Arunachal Pradesh. She has done a fine job […]
Chinese nationals awaiting trial at Victoria Falls magistrates court in Zimbabwe after being found with illegal rhino horn pieces worth nearly £750,000.
Last year on this day, I released a post titled “Big Cats in the Snow for Christmas.” It literally just featured pictures of various big cats in the snow, and it was one of my most successful posts of 2017. Here is the sequel to that unexpected hit, which I have christened “More Big Cats in the Snow for Christmas.”