Blog posts in Conservation And Research

Rhino Dehorning Explained

Rhino dehorning is not a pleasant thing to witness. Just the mention of it evokes a sense of brutality. It is a sad reality that in order to help save rhino species from the threat of poaching, the...
20 Aug 2018 | Wildlife ACT
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Why are African Wild Dogs so Endangered?

African Wild Dogs are endangered mostly due to ongoing habitat fragmentation, conflict with human activities and infectious disease. The estimated decline in African Wild Dog population size can be...
17 Jul 2018 | Wildlife ACT
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Giraffe – New Endangered Species?

Giraffe are firmly favoured for their spectacular appearance on the African savannah. With adaptations that render them completely unique – dramatically elongated neck, a tough agile black tongue,...
21 Jun 2018 | Wildlife ACT
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The Secretive Seven Caught on Camera

Everyone knows and longs for sightings of the “Big 5”, but have you ever heard of or seen the Secretive Seven? They are the Aardvark, African Wild Cat, Cape Porcupine, Civet,...
14 Nov 2017 | Wildlife ACT
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New Population of Black Rhino Established!

The Black Rhino Range Expansion Project (BRREP) has established its 11th population of Black Rhino! The successful relocation saw a total of 14 critically endangered Black Rhino moved to a new home....
02 Nov 2017 | Wildlife ACT
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