Zoology

The Importance of Wildlife Rehabilitation

May 30, 2018 0

In my personal experience, I often encounter folks who tend to doubt or nay-say the work wildlife rehabilitators do, while others simply do not understand the different aspects of the job. While I do understand […]

Scottish Dragons: Pete Minting presenting some of the fantastic work being done in Scotland on Great Crested Newts. (Photo Steven Allian)
Zoology

Herpetofauna Workers Meeting 2018

February 15, 2018 0

Every year, just like their amphibian counterparts, the herpetologists of the UK prepare themselves for their annual migration in early-mid February. Around 200 students, academics, practitioners and other such people attend the Herpetofauna Workers Meeting. […]

Rediscovering the Cave Squeaker, a long-lost frog
Zoology

Rediscovering the Cave Squeaker, a long-lost frog

January 17, 2018 0

Robert Hopkins, a researcher at the Zimbabwe Museum of Natural History, had been wanting to find the mysterious Cave Squeaker (or Chimanimani Squeaker) in the Chimanimani highlands of eastern Zimbabwe, for a very long time. […]

Zoology

My experience with the Cobras of Durban

January 8, 2018 0

There are around three and a half million people living in the Greater Durban Area, South Africa. Nestled amongst many of the suburbs surrounding the city, are a number of nature reserve, conservancies and green […]

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