Vulture brain trade vexes conservationists
Poverty around protected parks is not the main reason rhino poaching thrives, argues researcher Ian Glenn.
Conservation and efforts to tackle the illegal wildlife trade begin at home
Tough times on KwaZulu-Natal South Coast have seen people turn to an unusual, wild harvest to make ends meet.
It’s not only the man in the red-and-blue suit who has super-powers – the real thing is pretty special too, especially their webs. Fatima Khan spins a tale First published
A stretch of coast earmarked for seismic surveys – and potentially oil and gas extraction – lies on a long route followed by humpback whales.