Scientists made maps to show how mammals in an intact habitat still face major pressures from human hunters.
Only the man's skull and his pants were retrieved by rangers at South Africa's Kruger National Park.
Chinko, in the Central African Republic, "portrays hope in a situation where everything is stacked up to be doom and gloom. We are not allowing Eden to be lost. We are in the process of bringing Eden back."
Between 1992-2003, that investment led to a 29 percent decrease in the rate of biodiversity decline.
“We want to send a message to poachers that they will not get much if they come to Zimbabwe.”
From the comfort of Sydney, I'd read how rhino horn was now worth more than gold or cocaine. That one fact transported me to African lion country, staking out poachers with an ancient rifle.
Humans are uniquely gifted at driving other animals into extinction.
Why cyanide is a poacher's perfect weapon—and a conservationist's nightmare.
Authorities are reportedly looking to arrest a Spanish hunter who paid guides 50,000 euros to lure a protected lion from a national park and kill him.
The internet of rhinos.