Anyone who has spent time in parks, forests or protected areas would have noticed very distinct 'DO NOT FEED WILDLIFE' signs. While it may be fun to get close to a wild animal, feeding is not always as innocent as it seems. 

When you feed native animals, you'r...

May 9, 2017

These Eastern Water Dragons (Intellagama lesueurii) are curious, smart, territorial and cute as buttons. Remember, never feed wildlife as they can become aggressive and the government will be forced to euthanise them. See my full article, Feeding by Frenemies, in the N...

May 9, 2017

The farmers of the insect world, leaf-cutter ants carry their food hundreds of meters to underground fungus farms. Each ant carries a piece up to 50 times its own body weight. That's like one of us carrying a small plane. 

The African elephant is the largest terrestrial animal walking the Earth. Elephant herds wander through 37 countries in Africa and had a population of 5 million last century. Today, less then 415,000 are left due to the illegal ivory trade. The main culprits of this tr...

The 1996, Common Hippo populations were widespread and secure. Since then, severe over exploitation and habitat loss has caused a 20% decline in Common Hippo populations. Over three generations (approximately 30 years), it is likely the population by another 30%. The C...

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