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Why The Leopard Got Its Spots

Krugerpark News Information: Why do leopards have rosette shaped markings but tigers have stripes? Rudyard Kipling suggested that it was because the leopard

Defeating Malaria In Africa Within Reach

Krugerpark News Information: Over the past decade, malaria control programmes in Africa have resulted in 200,000 fewer deaths per year, down from 900,000

SA Again Commits To 34 Percent Emission Reduction

Krugerpark News Information: South Africa's minister of water and environmental affairs, Edna Molewa, reiterated the country's commitment to reduce emissions by 34 percent

Foot And Mouth Roadblocks And Restrictions Lifted In Gravelotte Area

Krugerpark News Information: “The provincial department of agriculture wishes to inform all concerned that the Gravelotte area is free of foot and mouth disease as from 10 January

Loss Of Habitat Harm Evolutionary Diversity

Krugerpark News Information: A mathematically driven evolutionary snapshot of woody plants in four similar climates around the world has given scientists a fresh perspective

Mopane Worm Harvest

Krugerpark News Information: Kruger National Park (KNP), as a pilot project, introduced mopani worm harvesting in the Nxanatseni (northern) Region of the park

Study Shows How Invasive Species Stop New Life

Krugerpark News Information: An influx of invasive species can stop the dominant natural process of new species formation and trigger mass extinction events

Why Do People Visit The Kruger National Park

Krugerpark News Information: According to a seven-year study, from 2001 to 2007, about 80 percent of Kruger's visitors is from South Africa and 70 percent is Afrikaans

African Wild Dogs Released In Tembe

Krugerpark News Information: A pack of 14 Endangered African wild dogs was reintroduced into the Tembe Elephant Park earlier this month

Kalwerbossie At Risk Of Over Harvesting

Krugerpark News Information: Kalwerbossie, better known by its scientific name Pelargonium sidoides, is at risk of over-harvesting because it is very slow growing

More Than One-Fifth Of The Worlds Plants Are Under Threat Of Extinction

Krugerpark News Information: A global analysis of extinction risk for the world's plants has revealed that the world's plants are as threatened as mammals

Both Legal And Illegal Trade Are Threatening Africas Biodiversity

Krugerpark News Information: There is growing concern about the impact that illegal trade is having on wildlife populations worldwide, while the potential risk posed

Radio Station Listeners Donate Money For War Against Rhino Poachers

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park's (KNP) managing executive, Abe Sibiya received a cash donation of R105 000 00

Mining Mapungubwe Area May Infringe On Childrens Rights

Krugerpark News Information: The fight to save the Mapungubwe region from the impact of coal mining widened its range with the rights of future generations of South Africans..

New Tented Camp Opened In Addo Elephant National Park

Krugerpark News Information: A new tented camp in Addo Elephant National Park opened in December last year and is running at an 80 percent occupancy since then

Hotel In Kruger To Open Doors In 2013

Krugerpark News Information: The first internationally branded hotel in the Kruger National Park is planned for opening in 2013

Visitors Help Save The Southern Ground Hornbill

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park (KNP) and the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) have been surveying Kruger's southern ground hornbill population

African Birds In Trouble

Krugerpark News Information: Of the 10,000 bird species on Earth, 1,226 are listed as critically endangered, endangered or vulnerable

Mozambican War Rifles Used To Poach Rhino

Krugerpark News Information: Mpumalanga military officials have revealed that some of the rifles used to poach rhino in the Kruger

Africas Two Elephant Species

Krugerpark News Information: Contrary to the belief of many scientists (as well as many members of the public), new research confirms that Africa has two—not one—species of elephant

Mopani To Host Educational Exhibition And Talks

Krugerpark News Information: Mopani Conference Centre will soon host Honorary Rangers from several different regions. They will be busy with a programme called “People Awareness and

Wild About Soccer In BaPhalaborwa

Krugerpark News Information: The Dreamfields “Wild about Soccer' project has been running for some time in the Kruger National Park in Skukuza and Punda Maria

Social Research In SANParks

Krugerpark News Information: Research projects are not a strange phenomena in South Africa's national parks. In fact, the quality and volume of research projects

Eco Training Programme Recognised At Kudu Awards

Krugerpark News Information: Klaserie Private Nature Reserve's Children Eco Training (CET) walked away with the Kudu for best environmental education organisation

Kruger2Canyon Biosphere Biodiversity Survey

Krugerpark News Information: On November 6, budding conservationists, armed with pencils, clipping boards, data sheets and loads of enthusiasm
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