A group of veterinarians has slammed a Kenyan politician's proposal to sell hyena testicles, claiming it would cause a flurry of zoonotic disease.
Police in Kenya grew suspicious while watching the woman's interview live on TV.
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The big cat had stepped into the snare, which was becoming tighter and tighter.
Lydia Tiller, from Save the Elephants, told Newsweek they are seeing a huge increase in the number of human and elephant conflicts across Africa.
The 2-month-old calf was found lying in the muddy, shallow well with no family around.
The extremely rare twins were first discovered in the Samburu National Reserve in Kenya January and are the first to be born in the area for almost 20 years.
Photographer Don Heyneke is the first person to capture images of a melanistic leopard in the wild in Africa for more than a century.
Rob Brandford of the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, told Newsweek the mother had been getting "increasingly distressed" as she wasn't able to save the calf.
One female also managed to store sperm for at least four years and then successfully reproduce from it.
The Amboseli Trust for Elephants said both calves, who were born in 2020, had been struggling in recent months.
"The Chinese help build bridges and roads, and do not get involved in any of their politics or military aspirations. The main business of China is business, and that is a big reason for their rapid expansion," Sarwar Kashmeri of the Foreign Policy Association told Newsweek
Filmmaker Beverly Joubert said that stand-offs like this were "chilling" to watch as the species so vulnerable.
The lion, who Rendall bought from a London department store in the 1960s, was released into the wild after getting too big for a London flat.
Iain Douglas-Hamilton, founder of Save the Elephants, told Newsweek that elephant mothers can't usually support two calves.
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Regions of the African country are suffering from a lack of vegetation, with millions in urgent need of humanitarian aid.
Kenyan police said the officer, identified as Police Constable Benson Imbasi, went on a "killing spree" near the capital Nairobi before taking his own life.
The cubs have been taken to an animal orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya's capital, and are being cared for by a team of vets.
In celebration of Brembo's 60th anniversary is planting a forest in Kenya to reduce CO2 in the atmosphere and support local farming communities.
Some felt he had "infringed" on the snake's rights, while others said it would be ineffective as you could just "pull it out and throw it away."
Starting in 2004 when Obama first won his United States Senate seat, hundreds of local and foreign visitors streamed to his father's birthplace.
Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta called the death of the 25-year-old runner "utterly unfortunate and very sad."
The International Court of Justice sided with Somalia in a dispute over territory potentially rich in oil and gas in the Indian Ocean.