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Elephants – Nature’s Gardeners
08 August 2017
There are many reasons to love elephants. Their sheer size, their emotional intelligence, their compassion for members of their herd, but what about their role within the environment?
Five Percent Could Mean the Difference for Biodiversity Conservation
06 August 2017
Behind the Scenes in South Africa
03 August 2017
From dust roads to anti-poaching flights, being charged by dogs and getting bogged in riverbeds surrounded by lions. Take a behind the scenes look at what these four sporting greats got up to in South Africa recently.
Journey to the Wild with Mick and Tyler
01 August 2017
Just before the World Tour event at Jeffrey’s Bay kicked off, three times World Champion Mick Fanning and reigning Women’s World Champion Tyler Wright decided to take a trip that took them beyond surfing – a trip that took them into the pristine South African wilderness on a mission for something much bigger than just waves.
Fall in love with Tanzania
29 July 2017
The vastness, the dry smell of the African earth, and the burning red sun over the Serengeti plains will always get under my skin and into my veins. I dream of this place and can still feel the emotions that this moment evokes in me.
Making Waves to Save our Ocean
27 July 2017
A remarkable organisation called The Ocean Agency is bringing the wondrous underwater world to our screens and lounge rooms, with a vision to educate us all on the importance of protecting the ocean.
Biodiversity Hotspots — why are they so critical?
21 July 2017
Biodiversity hotspot is a well recognised terminology and definition when it comes to land conservation and species protection. But what does it mean and where are these biodiversity hotspots?
17 July 2017
Mick Fanning, Tyler Wright, Luke Rockhold and David Pocock found themselves dressed in khaki and covered in dust when they visited the WildArk Pridelands Conservancy in South Africa.
Detailed Report: Poaching - The Wildlife Crisis in South Africa
14 July 2017
Since 2007, poaching of wildlife and in particular the poaching of White Rhinos, Black Rhinos and African Elephants, has been at the forefront of the conservation battle in southern Africa.
Turn Off the Lights: It’s Turtle Season
10 July 2017
When it comes to large migrating turtles, your first thought may go to places like Costa Rica or the southwestern Pacific, but each year between 40,000 and 84,000 nests are dug in the sand along Florida beaches.