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Tiniest poaching victims find home & family at Africa’s rhino orphanages


Get an inside look at day-to-day life in one of South Africa’s closely guarded rhino orphanages. As poaching continues to decimate rhino populations, some particularly vulnerable victims are left behind: calves orphaned when their mothers are killed. It takes a dedicated team of wildlife heroes to save these traumatised youngsters.


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 04 February 2016  8m
 
 

Tiniest poaching victims find home & family at Africa’s rhino orphanages


Get an inside look at day-to-day life in one of South Africa’s closely guarded rhino orphanages. As poaching continues to decimate rhino populations, some particularly vulnerable victims are left behind: calves orphaned when their mothers are killed. It takes a dedicated team of wildlife heroes to save these traumatised youngsters.


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 04 February 2016  8m
 
 

Racing to save the Tasmanian devil


The Tasmanian devil is a tough creature with a fearsome reputation. In its natural habitat it has no predators, yet devil numbers are plummeting. Cancerous facial tumours caused by devil facial tumour disease (DFTD) are decimating wild populations of these carnivorous marsupials. But there is hope! In this Earth Touch Insider, we discover how the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program and partner organisations like Toledo Zoo are fighting to save this iconic predator from extinction.


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 17 December 2015  8m
 
 

Racing to save the Tasmanian devil


The Tasmanian devil is a tough creature with a fearsome reputation. In its natural habitat it has no predators, yet devil numbers are plummeting. Cancerous facial tumours caused by devil facial tumour disease (DFTD) are decimating wild populations of these carnivorous marsupials. But there is hope! In this Earth Touch Insider, we discover how the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program and partner organisations like Toledo Zoo are fighting to save this iconic predator from extinction.


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 17 December 2015  8m
 
 

A brief history of the ivory trade


It is inconceivable to imagine Africa without its elephants. Yet as poaching reaches critical levels, we are heading ever-closer to that grim reality. We take an in-depth look at why the demand for ivory skyrocketed, how the illegal wildlife trade is a threat to global security and what is being done to save Africa’s elephants from extinction.


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 07 December 2015  8m
 
 

A brief history of the ivory trade


It is inconceivable to imagine Africa without its elephants. Yet as poaching reaches critical levels, we are heading ever-closer to that grim reality. We take an in-depth look at why the demand for ivory skyrocketed, how the illegal wildlife trade is a threat to global security and what is being done to save Africa’s elephants from extinction.


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 07 December 2015  8m
 
 

Saving Namibia's endangered vultures


Africa’s vultures are in trouble. The poisoning of poached elephant carcasses means that these birds are dying in huge numbers. Here’s an inside look at what it takes to rehabilitate these truly remarkable animals.


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 05 November 2015  6m
 
 

Saving Namibia's endangered vultures


Africa’s vultures are in trouble. The poisoning of poached elephant carcasses means that these birds are dying in huge numbers. Here’s an inside look at what it takes to rehabilitate these truly remarkable animals.


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 05 November 2015  6m
 
 

Meet the pangolin who’s teaching humans about his own kind


They’ve been called the world’s most trafficked animal you’ve never heard of. Pangolins are notoriously difficult to rehabilitate and release, but one woman in Namibia is getting it right, thanks to lessons learned from one of these scaly anteaters. Meet Katiti!


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 15 October 2015  6m
 
 

Meet the pangolin who’s teaching humans about his own kind


They’ve been called the world’s most trafficked animal you’ve never heard of. Pangolins are notoriously difficult to rehabilitate and release, but one woman in Namibia is getting it right, thanks to lessons learned from one of these scaly anteaters. Meet Katiti!


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 15 October 2015  6m