Africa

Gunmen wound conservationist in drought-stricken Kenya

The 73-year-old conservation park owner was ambushed as armed cattle-herders search for scarce grazing land.

Kuki Gallmann shot as land invasions surge in Kenya

Wild Animals

Sri Lanka's antivenom leap forward

By making its own antivenom, Sri Lanka could boost its technology capacity and become a model exporter for others.

Sri Lanka's antivenom leap forward

Environment

Hundreds of whales refloat after New Zealand strandings

More than 200 beached pilot whales free themselves at high tide and swim away amid mass strandings on South Island.

Hundreds of pilot whales refloat after mass strandings

Environment

Last-ditch IVF bid to save white rhino from extinction

The world's three last rhinos live in Kenya's Ol Pejeta conservancy and just one of them, ageing Sudan, is male.

IVF hoped to save northern white rhino from extinction

Wild Animals

Cheetahs heading towards extinction as habitat shrinks

Scientists say an estimated 7,100 cheetahs remain in the wild with poaching one of the largest threats.

Cheetahs heading towards extinction as habitat shrinks

TechKnow

Can faux rhino horn help save the species?

As high demand for rhino horn continues to fuel illegal poaching, TechKnow investigates how science is fighting back.

Can faux rhino horn help save the species?

Wild Animals

Iraqi chimp moved to sanctuary in Kenya

Only 70 kilometres from war-riven Mosul, Manno the chimpanzee is moved from Iraqi zoo and taken in by Kenyan sanctuary.

Iraqi chimp moved to sanctuary in Kenya

Wild Animals

Exclusive: Vietnam's 'double standards' in ivory trade

Al Jazeera Investigative Unit's report raises questions about Vietnam's commitment to tackle wildlife trafficking.

Exclusive: Vietnam's 'double standards' in ivory trade

Vietnam

Vietnam burns more than two tonnes of illegal ivory

In run-up to wildlife trafficking conference, Hanoi says mass fire signals efforts to combat destructive trade.

Vietnam burns tonnes of rhino and elephant ivory

TechKnow

The animal smugglers

Techknow investigates the shadowy world of animal smugglers and the endangered species they put at risk.

The animal smugglers

Wild Animals

60 percent of global wildlife species wiped out

Unprecedented rate of decline of animals because of human activity causing a "global mass extinction", new report says.

60 percent of global wildlife species wiped out