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  • James Borrell: Solving conflicts in cheetah country (with a little help from man’s best friend)

    A Charismatic Carnivore I’m writing this from the shade of an enormous baobab tree in Botswana’s Tuli block. Towering like a monolith, the ancient bark is grey and wrinkled like elephant skin, and its girth must be seven or eight meters, much like an elephant too. Crested barbets and Meyer’s starlings play in the maze […]

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  • BBC: Can an old tracking technique help save the cheetah?

    Picture: A cheetah lies at The Cheetah Conservation Fund in Namibia. Credit: Jennifer Bruce/AFP/Getty Images With around 7,000 living in the wild, the number of cheetahs in Africa is declining rapidly. To keep track of them, scientists often use techniques like genotyping, which can be described as a shortcut to acquiring some genetic information. But […]

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  • Tehran Times: Iran, UN underline need for increased environmental co-op

    TEHRAN — The UN resident coordinator and UNDP representative in Iran met with the chief of Iran’s Department of Environment, emphasizing the importance of greater environmental cooperation between Iran and the United Nations. According to the Department of Environment official website, Gary Lewis and Isa Kalantari discussed the possibility of strengthening environmental ties between Iran […]

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