Peter Pratje has a special bond with orangutans. For the last 12 years, he’s been releasing the apes into the wild.
Whether it’s in pirate films, at the zoo or in nature, biologist Steve Boyes is fascinated by the Cape Parrot.
Bee researcher Uma Partap is fascinated by the dynamics of honeybee colonies and how much humans rely on the insects.
Tirapong Yamyuan, a boatman in Khanom in Thailand, is passionate about pink-colored rare dolphins.
Gebre Maream is a cattle breeder in Bonga, Ethiopia. The animals are much more than a source of income for him.
One conservation group working to protecting Peru’s lush Manú National Park is placing people at the heart of its work. But, it’s not easy with some indigenous tribes living in self-imposed isolation.
A fish breeding center at a lake in Morocco’s Atlas Mountains is meant to boost dwindling populations and help local communities secure their livelihoods through increased fishing and tourism.
Among the mysteries Rudyard Kipling explores in his Just So stories, is how the camel got its hump. Or should that be humps?
A wallaroo… linguistically at least. The portmanteau describes an animal which is smaller than a kangaroo and bigger than a wallaby, with many characteristics that make it unique.
A bloat. Might seem a little facetious, but that is indeed the term used to describe a collection of these semi-aquatic mammals.