Tanzania, perhaps best known for safaris over its vast open plains, has ambitious plans for diminutive freshwater wildlife with enormous, untapped potential.
He stood a majestic 5-foot-5, weighed around 100 pounds and maybe had a harem. That's what scientists figure from the footprints he left behind some 3.7 million year ago.
A new study reports that giraffe survival and reproduction differed among five sites in Tanzania, and also differed among six national parks in East, South and West Africa. The study, by researchers at the Wild Nature Institute, ...
Recent efforts to combat habitat fragmentation and poaching have temporarily stabilized wildebeest populations in northern Tanzania, but this iconic migrating species of the African savannah remains vulnerable, a Dartmouth ...
The Los Angeles Zoo has a big baby.
Eastern and Southern African countries announce groundbreaking move to curb regional illegal timber trade
The national forest agencies of Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Madagascar and Mozambique today signed a historic declaration to jointly combat illegal timber trade in Eastern and Southern Africa, taking a significant step towards ...
Cambodia is training an elite squad of rats, imported from Africa, to sniff out landmines and other unexploded ordnance in the once war-wracked kingdom, authorities said on Friday.
Lead researcher Hannah Hilbert-Wolf and supervisor Dr. Eric Roberts used innovative methods to examine the ground around Mbeya in Tanzania where a large earthquake occurred some 25,000 years ago.
The sharp decline of the elephant population in Tanzania, most likely due to poaching, is catastrophic, a wildlife conservation group said Tuesday.
A huge wildebeest herd migrates across the open, parched plains. Dust swirls up from the many hooves pounding the ground, and forms a haze over the landscape. The setting sun gives the scene a golden tinge.