A cheetah family reunion #africa http://buff.ly/2rahHlP?utm_content=bufferd88a5&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer #grasstracksafaris

A cheetah family reunion - Africa Geographic

Opinion: Are Maasai cattle to blame for overgrazing in Tanzania? #africa

Opinion: Are Maasai cattle to blame for overgrazing in Tanzania? #africa

Poaching in Africa truly is a problem. Elephants, Rhinos and now Hippos are targeted. Hippo teeth: Hong Kong trade threatens species in Africa #africa https://buff.ly/2iPNMNf?utm_content=bufferc982f&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

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WWF launches last-ditch effort to save world's wild sturgeons #africa #feedly

The beluga or European sturgeon (Huso huso) is a species of anadromous fish in…

The Greater Kruger National Park in South Africa will almost certainly provide an extraordinary sighting during any particular safari, and guests of Senalala in Klaserie Private Nature Reserve were very fortunate to experience an extraordinary sighting of their own in the form of two cheetahs. #grasstracksafaris

Guests at Senalala were very fortunate to experience an extraordinary sighting of two cheetahs while out on a game drive.

It's not Africa, but it is just as amazing of a place to explore. This is really cool news. A new WWF and Mamirauá Institute for Sustainable Development report, released on 30 August, reveals that a new animal or plant species is discovered in the Amazon every 2 days, the fastest rate to be observed this century.

It's not Africa, but it is just as amazing of a place to explore. This is really cool news. A new WWF and Mamirauá Institute for Sustainable Development report, released on 30 August, reveals that a new animal or plant species is discovered in the Amazon every 2 days, the fastest rate to be observed this century.

Africa’s Primates in trouble! Why some hate them and others love them #africa #feedly

One woman’s rescue and rehabilitation efforts for primates is paying off despite never ending challenges.

Saving the cycads from poaching #africa  https://buff.ly/2fiyKho?utm_content=buffer18042&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Saving the cycads from poaching - Africa Geographic

This is great news for authorities cracking down on poaching! Malaysia seizes nearly $1 million in trafficked wildlife at airport #africa https://buff.ly/2hxWSxn?utm_content=bufferedbec&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Malaysia makes its eighth seizure of African pangolin scales and elephant ivory this year as a shipment was intercepted last Sunday.

WWF deeply concerned over imminent certification of Mexican tuna fishery #africa  https://buff.ly/2fhJw7y?utm_content=bufferd6e34&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer What do you think about this?

WWF deeply concerned over imminent certification of Mexican tuna fishery


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