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Camera traps reveal extraordinary wildlife

A camera trap survey in one of Africa’s largest conservation landscapes has captured an exciting range of species – from honey badgers and caracals to a hyena holding an elephant’s trunk…

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Black rhino baby boom

A recent increase in black rhino births in three Kenyan conservancies has given Fauna & Flora International cause for celebration this World Rhino Day.

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Grauer’s gorillas face high risk of extinction

The world’s largest primate has been reclassified as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List following a dramatic 77% decline.

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David Attenborough names baby gorilla for annual ceremony in Rwanda

Double honour of naming young mountain gorillas accorded to Fauna & Flora International’s vice-president and its Chief Executive Mark Rose – a rare privilege that reinforces our determination to safeguard their future.

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