A baby rhino was comforted while an anti-poaching unit proceeded to de-horn its mother in an effort to save the animal’s life:
Pack a punch? More like pack a trunk! An elephant got very aggressive after a crocodile tried to harm her young calf in Zambia.
You’ve got to love nature! An elephant was caught on camera knocking down a massive tree in the Kruger National Park.
Four cheetahs will soon grace the wildlife-rich plains of Maputo Special Reserve in southern Mozambique for the first time since the 1960s.
A Boksburg couple’s pet tigers has brought much-needed attention to the issues around captive big cats in SA and the world.
Oppenheimer Generations, the African Wildlife Economy Institute and SA chef, Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen provided ‘food for thought’ on growing wildlife economies.
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are back to show a lighter side to the animal world. Which one do you think will take the win?
The most adorable wildlife sighting! Watch as a baby elephant gets the boost he needs from the herd’s matriarch.
Take a peek at some of the highly commended images from this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
How adorable! A video clip of a mother porcupine and her little porcupettes clocked in over 2 million views on social media.
While on safari with his family in South Africa, Darren Sheer spotted what he calls ‘the most excited’ baby rhino.
David Attenborough’s new doccie, ‘The Year Earth Changed’, explores what happened in nature when the world ‘shut down’ due to the coronavirus.
The search for Jeffrey the baboon continues after he was last seen in Florida with the public urged to report any sightings to animal welfare organisation Claw.
With World Wildlife Day being celebrated today, we look at giraffes, the iconic mega herbivores whose populations are shrinking across Africa.
ADI is highlighting the love stories of some of the rescued lion and tiger pairs from the ADI Wildlife Sanctuary in South Africa this Valentine’s Day.
The new technology will ultimately help to track and protect Africa’s declining lion population, say scientists from Oxford University.
The Geo Searcher research vessel struck a rock in the South Atlantic, forcing the 62 people onboard to abandon ship.
Scientific research came to an abrupt halt on Marion Island due to concerns around the COVID-19 pandemic.
Researchers now know that the zebra’s stripes deter parasitic flies. Yet so do other patterns. Could the stripes have other uses too?