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Giraffes Being Driven To Extinction, Experts Fear

Giraffes Being Driven To Extinction, Experts Fear

Over the past 30 years, there has been a drastic drop in the number of giraffes. Today, less than 100,000 giraffes remain on Earth, according to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), which identified habitat loss, poaching, and African civil unrest as the main causes. The IUCN’s...
Poaching Is Causing The African Elephants To Become Tuskless

Poaching Is Causing The African Elephants To Become Tuskless

Poachers are fundamentally altering the African elephant's gene pool.
18 Fascinating Facts About Muammar Gaddafi

18 Fascinating Facts About Muammar Gaddafi

Get to know one of history's most contentious dictators.
Albino Beauty Pageant Expands Definition Of Beauty

Albino Beauty Pageant Expands Definition Of Beauty

The pageant's motto says it all: Beauty Beyond the Skin.
New Photo Series Imagines Nature’s Ghostly Return To Urban Spaces

New Photo Series Imagines Nature’s Ghostly Return To Urban Spaces

Urbanization may hold the key to alleviating poverty, but at what cost can this come?
Bloody Trade: Inside The (Mostly) Legal Practice Of Hunting Endangered Species In Africa

Bloody Trade: Inside The (Mostly) Legal Practice Of Hunting Endangered Species In Africa

Big game hunters shoot an estimated 50,000 rare animals a year in Africa. What sort of person does this, how do they do it, and why?
Why Isn’t Belgium’s King Leopold II As Reviled As Hitler Or Stalin?

Why Isn’t Belgium’s King Leopold II As Reviled As Hitler Or Stalin?

The most brutal genocide you've never heard of.
Lake Natron, The Bird-Calcifying Lake That’s Actually Teeming With Life

Lake Natron, The Bird-Calcifying Lake That’s Actually Teeming With Life

These strange waters actually support an abundance of colorful wildlife.
The High And Lows Of Whoonga, Africa’s Brutal New Street Drug

The High And Lows Of Whoonga, Africa’s Brutal New Street Drug

This may be one of the most devastating consequences of South Africa's HIV epidemic and income inequality yet.
Gorillas In The Crossfire At Africa’s Oldest National Park

Gorillas In The Crossfire At Africa’s Oldest National Park

Photographer chokes up while remembering his famous photos taken after the massacre.
New Technology Takes Aims At Poachers

New Technology Takes Aims At Poachers

But will it work?