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Useless, dirty and dumb or dignified and intelligent?

02/12/2015 15:28

Written by Tamara Thiessen

Just like humans, orangutans are master generalists, performing well in everything they do.

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Cichlids of Lago Niassa

20/08/2014 22:28

Written by Philip Briggs

Author Philip Briggs describes the staggering diversity of freshwater fish in Lago Niassa (Lake Malawi), in which over 850 species have been recorded. 

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Gorongosa’s birds

20/08/2014 22:04

Written by Keith Barnes and Josh Engel

Keith Barnes and Josh Engel discuss the spectacular birdwatching diversity of Gorongosa National Park.

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The African elephant

11/08/2014 13:16

Written by Paul Murray

Almost everything about this animal is extraordinary.

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The Mughal Gardens

08/08/2014 20:08

Written by Sophie Ibbotson and Max Lovell-Hoare

According to authors Sophie and Max Lovell-Hoare, the Mughal Gardens are far more than just collections of plants.

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Chilli fences

07/04/2014 10:06

Written by Chris McIntyre

Author Chris McIntyre explains how researchers have attempted to bridge the conflict between conservation and community.

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The return of the peregrine falcon

04/04/2014 09:46

Written by Mike Bagshaw

Mike Bagshaw discusses the comeback of this magnificent bird.

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Indigenous rights: the Alta dispute

03/04/2014 15:57

Written by James Proctor

James Proctor describes the battle between the traditional and modern man

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An African Galápagos?

21/03/2014 14:59

Written by Philip Briggs & Chris McIntyre

The East Arc is classified as one of the world’s top 20 biodiversity hotspots.

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In search of King Whale-head

14/03/2014 09:21

Written by Philip Briggs & Andrew Roberts

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