Without adequate information, we can’t prioritise efforts and funding to best protect our primate relatives.
The moment a chick hatches from its egg, maggots burrow into its skin to drink its blood, usually killing it. But scientists have found a way to stop the blood-sucking parasites.
The destruction of recent fires is challenging our belief that with enough time, love and money, every threatened species can be saved. But there is plenty we can, and must, now do.
Experiments into the effectiveness of conservation can help us learn what works best.
Improving livelihoods by exploring alternatives to wildlife trade would help to curb the poaching of threatened species like elephants.