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Mako sharks are known as cheetah of the ocean for their speed
The World Wildlife Conference on Trade in Endangered Species, known as CITES, takes place every three years.
The woman dubbed a "human swan" after embarking on a mammoth paramotor flight to follow the bird's migration route is taking off again.
Only 30 minutes from London Victoria Station, I went on a wholesome adventure to the South London Downs
Wildcats are on the verge of extinction in Scotland, but the births of two separate litters recently have given hope to conservationists trying secure their future.
The calf born this week at the San Diego Zoo was conceived through artificial insemination.
The results of the census show that India is now the safest region in the world for tigers, a huge jump from previous counts.
A definitive guide on all you can do to help our vital bee population thrive!
We visited Terre Blanche in the South of France...a haven of wildlife, golf and gastronomy with an environmental conscience.
The Hyrcanian forests along the Caspian Sea in Iran and the migratory bird sanctuaries in the Gulf of China are among the new sites that made UNESCO's emblematic World Heritage List this year.
Mayombe, 12, and Kuimba, 9, were born in captivity in Beauval Zoo, France.
Japan has resumed whale hunting after pulling out of an international moratorium - but which countries will it be joining?
Five critically endangered eastern black rhinos travelled from a Czech safari park to begin new lives in Rwanda's Akagera National Park.
Cambodia's forests are under threat from illegal loggers, forcing villagers to take matters into their own hands.
The actor and environmental activist announced the launch of his luxury eco project in Central America over three years ago.
Wolves were once almost extinct in the country but as of 2019, 59 packs have been counted. Farmers are angered by mounting attacks on their animals and demanding the right to kill the predators.
The best long-reads from this week to inspire you to keep preserving our natural world.
The falling hippo numbers may be devastating in Kenya.
A few simple steps to transform your garden into a sustainable sanctuary.
Looking for ways to engage with nature this month? These are the best wildlife events, trips and books to have on your radar in May 2019.
While we are all used to businesses closing for the weekend, a whole country shutting up shop is another thing.
Two gorillas have posed for a relaxed selfie with rangers at Virunga National Park in DR Congo.
The most remote and wildest isle of Sicily’s Aeolian archipelago is one of Italy’s best kept secrets.
How wildlife photographers can help drive positive environmental engagement through powerful images?
This isle has always had a healing power.
Orangutan numbers have dropped two-thirds since the 1970s as agriculture destroys their habitat.