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Human Cooperation leads to Animal Protection

South Africa's law enforcement architecture proved recently that, with better and more effective organization, these criminal syndicates can be successfully confronted. Read more...

Human Intelligence an Adaptation or a Terrible Evolutionary mistake?

In the last fifteen years, the elephant population of Kruger National Park has risen to 15,000. It is now more or less double what biologists estimated to be the sustainable carrying capacity. In a world with fewer humans, the elephants would migrate onto grasslands following a seasonal cycle that would allow treed areas to recover from the damage done during the months they passed through. In a world with fenced park boundaries, the elephants may be turning the bush into grasslands. Read more...

Wasting water

What 2070 could hold for us should we neglect to cherish our water resources? Read more...

Elephants move like a 4x4

Researchers found that off-road vehicles such as Range or Land Rovers cars were the mechanical equivalent of the largest living land mammal because of the way they move. Read more...

Abuse of Wild Dogs

When a team goes to South Africa to relocate some rare wild dogs, they uncover a shocking story. The dogs are bred and sold to zoos worldwide, even though their numbers in the wild are dwindling. Read more...