Terrestrial mammals

Most-wanted environmental fugitives list leads to arrest of ivory suspect

Suspected ivory smuggler arrested in Zambia following first ever public appeal by Interpol to catch environmental criminals

11 December 2014

Jackie Chan is more likely than Prince William to change Chinese attitudes to ivory

The Duke of Cambridge’s comments on the illegal wildlife trade are less likely to have an impact on Chinese people than homegrown stars

09 December 2014

New Doubts About Whether Elephants Can Survive South Sudan's Civil War

Before war broke out in December 2013, things were getting better for South Sudan's elephants, conservationist says.

08 December 2014

How to scare off the biggest pest in the world

Elephants are pests that raid people's crops, but there are now harmless ways to scare them away from farms

08 December 2014

One man's fight against Africa's ivory poachers

Conservationist Richard Bonham’s 40-year campaign to protect Africa’s wildlife has led him from Kenya’s savannah to trinket shops in Hong Kong.

05 December 2014

International Cheetah Day - in pictures

With 4 December marking International Cheetah Day, wildlife photographer Paul Goldstein presents a gallery of his cheetah photographs from the Maasai Mara, Kenya.

04 December 2014

Bat nav: Animals' 3D brain compass found

By recording from the brains of bats as they flew and landed, scientists have found that the animals have a "neural compass" - allowing them to keep track of exactly where and even which way up the

04 December 2014

Migrations without Borders

Going, going ... gone? by Cheryl Lyn Dybas

Bioscience - Oxford Journals

 

01 December 2014