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An elephant’s tale
By Simon Reeve, TV presenter & WWF-UK ambassador. The longer scientists study elephants, the ...
A weekend of elephants – and of seeing the effect of policy
By Heather Sohl
The images telling the story of wildlife trade
WWF photographer James Morgan reflects on the powerful photographs he took in support of our ...
Eyes in the sky on the lookout for poachers
By Dr A. Christy Williams WWF Asian Rhino and Elephant Programme Leader
Success and setbacks in the fight for rhinos
By Dr A. Christy Williams
Science must continue, even as we try to stop the slaughter
By Dr Chistiaan Van Der Hoeven WWF-NL
Elephant crisis - what poaching does to animals, environments and people
Dr Kate Evans is the director and founder of Elephants for Africa. She started her research over a ...
Understanding the mechanics and motivation behind the demand for animal products in Asia
WWF photographer James Morgan spent time in Thailand to try and understand the mechanics and ...
In the field with an anti-poaching patrol in Gabon
WWF photographer James Morgan spent time with an anti-poaching patrol in Gabon. He ...
Forest elephants, scientists and chance
I spent the afternoon on the elevated observation platform at Dzanga-Baï, a vast forest clearing ...