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The number of Grauer's gorillas has declined, largely due to habitat loss and hunting.
New York Times: Experts are divided over the strange case of sub-Saharan Africa.
Animal encounters and a luxury safari holiday in the heart of the African wilderness.
The explosion was believed to have been caused by chemicals used to treat gold.
Study suggests only three criminal groups responsible for smuggling ivory out of Africa.
Do you think this popular holiday destination beats New Zealand's beaches and mountains?
Elephant dung and G&Ts are key ingredients for safaris, but rarely in a cocktail.
Relative of Rayan who was trapped down a well reveals the boy's tragic final words.
The 5-year-old boy spent five days trapped in a narrow, 32m deep well.
OPINION: By 2100, more than half world's population will be in the Middle East and Africa.
People were seen lying motionless on their backs near an entrance to the stadium.
The new mother named her baby after the doctor on board.
Elephant traffic jams and Big Cat yoga poses provide the wow factor in Namibia.
The All Blacks' use of a physio during a rugby test caused outrage within the IRB.
Warning amid Omicron surge and apparent lesser severity: "Delta is still a big problem."
Stephen Jennings talks business battles, housing and rugby.
And we couldn't car less.
Clear communicator or control freak? Viral Tiktok divides viewers.
Research in South Africa has revealed some serious concerns into the variant.
Do ocean cruises' crowds and potential big waves leave you cold? Consider river cruising.
The nation's case fatality rate is now one in 200 – the lowest it's been so far.
When world travel returns, we'll be more mindful about where we go, and how we get there.
Producer says Kiwi fans young and old will be "blown away" by Broadway hit.
New York Times: Dealmakers converge as clean energy revolution upends global economy.
Not only are they not effective, WHO said travel bans heavily burden developing countries.