Scientists are able to track elephant deaths due to poaching more accurately to help inform conservation efforts.
Posts Tagged ‘Africa’
Once seen as a solution to deforestation, eucalyptus trees have become a serious threat to the native forests of Ethiopia.
Academy researchers are working to stop the spread of the deadly chytrid fungus to save amphibians.
Two new primate fossils add to our family tree.
In English and Spanish. Gourma elephants make record trips traversing the desert.
What can the genes of three hunter-gatherer populations in Africa tell us about human origins?
Genetic analysis of African hunter-gatherers yields new clues to the geographic origin of our species.
A discovery of stone tools in the United Arab Emirates could provide evidence that modern humans left Africa earlier.
UC Berkeley researchers have found that the West African Forest Gecko is actually four different species.
A significant finding of a 95 million year old piece of amber as well as the fossils within it might change what we know about Africa’s natural history.