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‘I want to be nature’s voice’

Everything that Lucrescencia Macuacua does is to honour her mother, including becoming a field ranger. “My mother loved animals,” says the 35-year-old, who works in the Limpopo National Park in Mozambique. “She even named our cat after me.”

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Moving Giants Program Helps Secure Future for Baby Elephants

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A solar-powered ‘Meerkat’ is protecting South Africa’s rhinos

In South Africa's biggest national park, a camouflaged system of radars, cameras and sensors stands guard. The solar-powered technology is helping to protect Kruger National Park's rhinos from poachers, and the country's tourism industry...

This is why we’re moving 200 elephants

Moving the world’s largest land mammal is not easy work. It takes months — if not years — of planning and coordination. It takes a lot of money, it takes passion, and it...

Zinave National Park, paradise in the making

Zinave National Park has been a buzz of activity since 2016. In one of the biggest wildlife translocation operations between South Africa and Mozambique, animals started streaming in, and after three years of...

Getting Smart

Zinave National Park is using cutting-edge technology to protect its wildlife.

Keys To Animal Kingdom

Too many elephants can overwhelm an ecosystem. But, surprisingly, not enough elephants can have an equally damaging impact.

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