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Human-wildlife conflict: case studies from around the globe

The boundaries between human and animal territories are the battle-ground for many species across the globe. The problem is that, as human populations grow, these boundaries become more blurred. The effects of this blurring of boundaries are shared on both…

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3 Worrying Signs for Conservation During the Coronavirus

  • 24 April, 2020
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There are likely to be many unfortunate side-affects to the spread of the Coronavirus. It has taken many lives, ruined a great many more livelihoods and disrupted the pace of life the world over. With so many things to worry…

5 Interesting Differences Between Elephants and Rhino

  • 30 March, 2020
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Rhino and Elephant are two of the most at risk mammals native to the African continent. They are both the unhappy recipients of the evils of poaching as well as sufferers at the hands of habitat erosion. As mankind grows…

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What is Ecosystem Conservation, and Why is it so Important?

  • 30 March, 2020
  • Blog

As our species grows in population, conservation becomes increasingly important. Each day, our animal neighbours are corralled into smaller and smaller spaces. The effect of this displacement can be obvious. Elephant and human conflict in converted pasture lands is an…

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