Predators are re-colonising old habitats, finds study
Contrary to popular perception, predators moving into hitherto ‘alien’ environments are only recolonising what they had once lost
Why do tigers have stripes?
Tigers’ distinctive striped coats help them hunt successfully
Three of Namibia’s most famous lion family were poisoned – why?
Ongoing drought means increased encounters between people and lions in north-west Namibia
Birds impacting agricultural crops a major concern
Many avian species damage crops during sowing, seedling and ripening stages, leading to economic losses to farmers
Sloth bear, dhole, tiger most affected among apex predators globally due to road development: Study
More roads will be built in the years to come and can wreak havoc on top predators worldwide, study warns
In the shadow of the tiger, its co-predators are suffering
Hyenas, dholes, wolves, jackals and sloth bears’ ranges are shrinking and a tiger-centric policy cannot revive them, a new report shows
Bring back wolves, lynxes to Britain and Ireland, study urges
Restoring native predator populations could help to keep in check some of the most problematic invasive species around the world, the new study said