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Prince Harry: Saving endangered animals
The Telegraph
03 January 2017

Prince Harry: Saving endangered animals is God's test for humanity. The royal said that if we cannot save elephants from extinction then humanity may be in danger too.

Conservation and security in central Africa
12 October 2016

In the lawless border area between South Sudan, Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), security, conservation and development are closely linked.

Why Rwanda should be the next African country you visit
Condé Nast Traveller
06 October 2016

Rwanda is the travel world’s phoenix rising. From a devastating genocide more than two decades ago, it has emerged as one of East Africa’s premier travel destinations, with a capital city transformed and world renowned national parks, which teem with birds and big game.

The country with too many elephants
bbc earth, Harriet Constable
12 September 2016

On a glorious morning in Liwonde National Park in southern Malawi, a team at African Parks, a conservation group, is preparing what was once unthinkable. The park is full of wildlife, hippos wallow in cool water and impala and waterbuck roam nearby.

Harper's Magazine, Tik Root
24 August 2016

As we approached the shore of Lake Ihema, Eugene Mutangana slowed the Land Cruiser to a stop. Our boat would be arriving soon, he said. Mutangana, the head of law enforcement at Rwanda’s Akagera National Park.

The threat to the world’s largest wild animals is much greater than we thought
Bussiness Insider, Peter Lindsey
22 August 2016

A group of leading conservationists has declared that an extinction crisis is facing the world’s largest wildlife. In a new report titled “Saving the World’s Terrestrial Megafauna” hey found that 59% of the world’s largest carnivores, including big cats, and 60% of the world’s largest herbivores.

Giraffes Are Being Killed for Their Tails
National Geographic, Jani Actman
10 August 2016

Documentary filmmaker David Hamlin recalls the adrenalin rush when he was flying over the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s Garamba National Park in late June and spotted three giraffes standing in a small clearing.

Malawi is moving 500 elephants across the country
CNN, Sophie Morlin-Yron
21 July 2016

In the Liwonde Wildlife Reserve in Malawi, the elephant population is struggling to survive. The growing local human population is edging ever closer to their reserve, sometimes entering it to poach bushmeat or fish, or using the land to grow crops.