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Uganda Conservation Foundation (UCF) founder issues stark warning on the future of Uganda’s parks if rangers not given additional support.

New calls to ban bullfighting have been voiced from the activists – La Tortura  No Es Cultura (Torture Is Not Culture) after Spain's first bullfight, since lockdown, ended with another slaughtered animal.

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Limited funds and resources hamper protected areas in Nigeria. Most face a shortage of protection staff and sound working equipment. Poachers and cattle herders who drive their livestock to graze inside protected areas are a threat. Because of the...

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Roan antelopes are Africa’s second-largest antelope species. Their populations are stable and growing in some African countries, but in others – like Kenya –they’re threatened with extinction. To address this, the Kenya Wildlife Service is...

Tropical forests matter to each and every one of us. They suck colossal quantities of carbon out of the atmosphere, providing a crucial brake on the rate of climate change. Yet, new research we have just published in Nature shows that intact tropi...

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