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Wildly popular online game supports wild populations of rhinos

World’s most popular free Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) game RuneScape adds support to United for Wildlife alliance.

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10th annual naming ceremony celebrates new baby mountain gorillas

2014′s Kwita Izina ceremony celebrates 18 baby mountain gorillas born in Volcanoes National Park during the past year.

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Garamba National Park under attack from armed poachers in DRC

Poaching crisis in eastern DRC sees elephants killed by weapons more commonly seen in warfare.

Warning: this story includes some graphic descriptions and images of an extremely distressing nature.

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Andy Murray defends Wimbledon…and wildlife

Sporting star serves up support for anti-poaching alliance.

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Older News from Africa & Madagascar

  1. 20.06.14Trekking tourists to become wild gorilla guardians
  2. 11.06.14Marsh Awards recognise outstanding achievements of two young conservationists
  3. 09.06.14The Duke of Cambridge and David Beckham Unite for Wildlife
  4. 25.04.14World’s threatened trees to benefit from new conservation partnership
  5. 18.04.14Conservation Leadership Programme announces 2014 award winners
  6. 14.04.14Study shows climate change disrupts natural relationships between species
  7. 08.04.14Priority conservation projects given the green light by renowned Swiss foundation
  8. 13.03.14Culture and values enhancing conservation in Uganda’s Rwenzori Mountains
  9. 12.02.14United for Wildlife alliance to tackle illegal wildlife trade
  10. 16.01.14Ranger shot dead in Virunga National Park
  11. 08.01.14Ol Pejeta Conservancy extends breeding plan for the northern white rhinoceros
  12. 11.12.13Happy 110th birthday to Fauna & Flora International!
  13. 05.12.13Microplastic pollution confirmed to be a threat to marine biodiversity
  14. 28.11.13East Africa’s largest black rhino population hits 100
  15. 31.10.13Sir David Attenborough launches crowdfunding campaign to conserve gorillas
  16. 23.10.13Conservation milestone for baobabs in Madagascar
  17. 04.10.13New smartphone app will help consumers ‘beat the microbead’
  18. 20.09.13A spike in interest sees World Rhino Day take centre stage
  19. 12.09.13Royals and conservationists are United for Wildlife
  20. 09.09.13Starting a career in conservation? CLP Conservation Awards now open

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