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[AIM] London -Authorities in Hong Kong on Sunday seized 3.1 kilos of rhinoceros horn at the city's airport. [...]
Tue, Jun 19, 2018
Source: AllAfrica News: Wildlife
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[Daily Maverick] At the risk of sounding as if I want to have the last word, let me make a few brief points. [...]
Mon, Jun 18, 2018
Source: AllAfrica News: Wildlife
[Daily Maverick] White lioness Tia and white lion Aga play with their 10-week-old cubs in their enclosure at a private zoo in Dvorec, Czech Republic, 14 July 2017. EPA/MARTIN DIVISEK [...]
Mon, Jun 18, 2018
Source: AllAfrica News: Wildlife
[The Herald] A 35-year-old Chipinge man is lucky to be alive after a stray buffalo from Save Conservancy attacked him last Saturday. [...]
Fri, Jun 15, 2018
Source: AllAfrica News: Wildlife
[News24Wire] Detectives are investigating a case of animal cruelty in the Velddrif area of the Western Cape, after a video emerged of two men stabbing a seal pup and smashing its body against a boat. [...]
Thu, Jun 14, 2018
Source: AllAfrica News: Wildlife
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Tanzania's Serengeti National Park has emerged again in the lead as the best African Safari park following analysis of a recent study conducted online. [...]
Thu, Jun 14, 2018
Source: AllAfrica News: Wildlife
[Daily Maverick] A counterpoint to the argument put forward by Don Pinnock about culling of lions and other wild animals. [...]
Wed, Jun 13, 2018
Source: AllAfrica News: Wildlife
[Malawi News Agency] Blantyre -Experts have expressed different views over the rate of illegal killing of wild animals in both government and privately managed game reserves and protected areas. [...]
Wed, Jun 13, 2018
Source: AllAfrica News: Wildlife
[Malawi News Agency] Blantyre -Experts have expressed different views over the rate of illegal killing of wild animals in both government and privately managed game reserves and protected areas. [...]
Wed, Jun 13, 2018
Source: AllAfrica News: Wildlife
[The Conversation Africa] When young African penguins leave their nests for the first time they do so alone, without any guidance from their parents. They need to use their instinct to follow cues in their environment to find food and stay alive in their first months at sea. Hard as [...]
Thu, Mar 02, 2017
Source: AllAfrica News: Wildlife

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