Africa’s Eden SA, the main tourism operator at Loango National Park – the park described as Gabon’s “jewel in the crown” – has announced today that it has been forced to abandon its ecotourism operations at the park as of September 1st 2010.
The re-awakening of the chocolate isles Sao Tome & Principe. The Portuguese colonists used to call them the chocolate isles. And after the Portuguese left in 1975, life on the two African islands slowed as they sank deeper and deeper into poverty. But now there are signs that the archipeligo of Sao Tome & Principe is awakening from its long slumber.
For two decades, a group of wild African elephants has been watched over, studied and protected by their own guardian angel: an extraordinary American scientist named Andrea Turkalo. Turkalo’s own story is pretty amazing, but not nearly as compelling as the insights into elephant behavior her research has revealed, especially when it comes to “the secret language of elephants.” 60 Minutes’ Bob Simon Reports On Research To Create An Elephant “Dictionary” The Sangha River flows through the Congo Basin along […]
Seven poor African children fly to Paris on dream-of-a-lifetime trip to be crowned Young Ambassadors of the Great Apes For press, download: Word document, English version Word document, French version Image 1, for use together with press release (copyright Sarah Monaghan) Image 2, for use together with press release (copyright Sarah Monaghan) Image 3, for use together with press release (copyright Sarah Monaghan) Image 4, for use together with press release (copyright Sarah Monaghan) Image 5, for use together with […]