From enormous elephants to tiny shrews: How mammals shape and are shaped by Africa’s landscapes
Africa’s mammals are a global treasure that must be protected
World lost 68% vertebrates in 1970-2016: WWF
Freshwater wildlife down 84%; Latin America, the Caribbean particularly hit
A changing climate, growing human populations and widespread fires contributed to the last major extinction event − can we prevent another?
The past teaches us that the ecosystems we depend upon are vulnerable to collapse when stressed by multiple intersecting pressures
'Frogs are beautiful'
Wildlife filmamker Ajay Bedi talks to Down To Earth about his recent documentary, 'The Secret Life of Frogs' that released commercially recently
Yes, jackals are poached in India too
Jackals, those tricksters of our folktales, are poached too, but for reasons entirely different from charismatic species
A megafauna bias in India’s carnivore research is hampering the country’s conservations efforts
For many smaller and less charismatic carnivores like the fishing cat, even basic ecological data like distribution range remains unclarified
David Attenborough solicits people’s support to save African elephants, rhinos from extinction
Wildlife broadcaster says poaching will wipe out the animals completely within the next decade