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Hippo Poaching Suspects arrested in Tanzania
Two notorious hippo poaching suspects along Ruvuma River were apprehended through informer ...
China’s ban on ivory (starting today), a new frontier to save our majestic elephants
“This ban means we start 2018 a step closer to a world where the demand for ivory is extinct, not ...
Only 1 day to the deadline for China’s commitment to close its legal domestic ivory market!
Today marks the deadline for China’s commitment to close its legal domestic ivory market. This ban ...
Consumers in China Support Ivory ban, Great News for African Elephants
As a landmark ban on domestic ivory trade comes into effect in China at the end of this month, ...
WWF Supports Improved livelihoods through VICOBA
The first thing you notice when you look at her is a confident woman, a woman who looks to the ...
WWF Conservation Projects in Tanzania
Nature Gardens, Schools and Conservation Education in the Bangweulu Basin, Northeastern Zambia
The project aims to introduce awareness of environmental issues in school children in the Bangweulu basin, Zambia. It is widely recognised that effect...
Udzungwa Mountains National Park, Tanzania
Stretching across the Eastern Arc mountain range, Tanzania’s Udzungwa Mountain National Park supports diverse wildlife, including elephant, buffalo, l...
Managing the Mara River in Kenya and Tanzania
The Mara River runs through the Masai Mara Game Reserve on the Kenyan side and the Serengeti National Park on the Tanzanian side, and eventually flows...
BMUs necessitate police support in fighting illegal fishing
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