Conservation Watch

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More rhinos are being killed for their horns — and it’s not just the poachers who are to blame

Poverty around protected parks is not the main reason rhino poaching thrives, argues researcher Ian Glenn.

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The big fence: Historical divisions plague conservation efforts in South Africa

A ‘big war’ rages between those who can legally harvest natural resources and those who can’t

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Blazing saddles: On the trail with a community conservation champion

Conservation and efforts to tackle the illegal wildlife trade begin at home

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Women snappers hunt for best shots

Capturing memorable wildlife moments on camera is sometimes the stuff of heartbreak, hope and missed opportunities.

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Cinema magic introduces Pangolins to Cape Flats

Sometimes, when there are big, pressing environmental problems to tackle, it’s best to begin at home. 

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