We bring you the latest from around the World in wildlife and conservation news.
A new and novel way has been used to count seals in Antarctica. Researchers have come up with what they believe is the most accurate way to count Antarctica’s Weddell seal population.
Cheetahs have been reintroduced to India for the first time since 1952. Previously they were declared extinct in the country.
September 24th was World Gorilla Day. Mountain gorilla numbers are on the rise, so it is a good time to celebrate the conservation efforts.
In the past year the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund has expanded the area of forest under its protection in the Democratic Republic of Congo by 50%.
The IUCN has announced that the global wild tiger population has stabilised and potentially increased. The latest data suggests that there has been a 40% rise in tiger numbers from 3,200 in 2015 to 4,500 in 2022. This is welcome news in the Year of the Tiger as it is the first upturn in the… View Article
It has been reported that 259 rhinos have been killed for their horns in South Africa during the first 6 months of this year.
A report earlier this month has revealed that two thirds of the Great Barrier Reef is showing signs of recovery.
A study of whale response to ocean noise was carried out in June this year. The experiment was opposed by conservationists and ended with no measurable results except causing stress to juvenile minke whales.