24th July 2018 Harare, Zimbabwe
The Akashinga rangers Being an anti-poaching ranger in Zimbabwe used to be a profession reserved for men. But that’s changing, thanks to the success of the Akashinga rangers, an all-female anti-poaching team operating in the northern Hurungwe area.
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13th April 2018 Harare, Zimbabwe
The death of the last northern white male rhino Sudan on March 19 in Kenya sent the world into mourning. When Sudan was born in South Sudan in 1972 there were around 1,000 northern white rhinos left in the wild. Now there are only two left, both females.
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28th February 2018 Harare, Zimbabwe
Can you lift fingerprints from an elephant tusk a whole month after it’s been poached? Sounds impossible – but now it’s not, thanks to the ingenuity of a team of forensic scientists in London.
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