Crane populations bounce back after concerted conservation effort in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Crane populations bounce back after concerted conservation effort in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Three crane species converge within the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa, and crane populations declined severely in this region in the 1980s. And as a result, there have since been considerable conservation efforts focused there, with notably positive results.

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Cats and crickets: Testing the naivety of reintroduced Cheetahs to predatory cues

Cats and crickets: Testing the naivety of reintroduced Cheetahs to predatory cues

As wildlife numbers decline, it is becoming an increasingly popular theory that it is viable to reintroduce once captive individuals back into the wild. However, reintroductions may fail as newly introduced animals could be naïve to the threats around them.

Mar 7, 2022
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