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The Truth Behind Captive Bred Lion Industry In Africa

The Truth Behind Captive Bred Lion Industry In Africa

What is the truth behind captive bred lion industry in Africa? When we think about Africa, most of us imagine vast open plains, untouched landscapes, pristine habitat and millions of free roaming animals, who fight for survival in extreme conditions, yet, in perfect balance. However, the fairy tale is a bit difference in the real life. With human overpopulation, desertification, plantations, agriculture, urbanisation, mining, the land available to wild animals is more and more restricted to some natural reserves and national parks. This of course has implications on natural migrations (that do not happen in South Africa as the reserves…
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The Struggle For Conservation – Video Interview

The Struggle For Conservation – Video Interview

This is our first video interview with Sabrina Colombo, our collaborator from South Africa. Sabrina works as a Ranger in Leo Africa, a small closed corporation involved in conservation and anti-poaching in various game reserves. In this interesting interview with Sabrina, we will show you the amazing world of conservation through the wonderful and passionate words of a young woman who decided to dedicate her life to African wildlife and environment. What Does “Conservation” Mean? – The Defence Of Our Ecosystem - READ MORE During the interview, we treated mainly three important topics regarding the conservation and anti-poaching sector. Is…
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Conservation Meaning – The Defence Of Our Ecosystem

Conservation Meaning – The Defence Of Our Ecosystem

According to a definition by National Geographic, “Conservation is the care and protection of natural resources (Earth’s natural resources include air, minerals, plants, soil, water, and wildlife) so that they can persist for future generations. Lion cub and lioness during a monitoring drive - Credit: Sabrina Colombo It includes maintaining diversity of species, genes, and ecosystems, as well as functions of the environment, such as nutrient cycling”. Conservation is similar to preservation, but while both relate to the protection of nature, they strive to accomplish this task in different ways. Conservation seeks the sustainable use of nature by humans, for activities such as hunting, logging, or mining,…
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African Tourism – Covid Wildlife Impact

African Tourism – Covid Wildlife Impact

It’s not the first time we treat the theme of Africa and antipoaching in INSIDER RELEASE. This is an issue that has always been on the top of our informative agenda since we deeply understand the value of this topic for the survival of our future generations. It is important to focus on the important correlation between tourism and antipoaching, especially during such a difficult period.  Indeed, it is undeniable that the impact of Covid-19 has hit this sector hard, and consequently the fight for the wildlife conservation has also suffered. The African Tourism Board event: Tomorrow is an important…
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African Rangers – Protecting Wildlife Conservation

African Rangers – Protecting Wildlife Conservation

African conservationists and protectors spend their days close to wildlife. Theirs, is more than a job, it is a mission in defense of nature. African conservationists and protectors spend their days close to wildlife. Theirs, is more than a job, it is a mission in defense of nature. However, not all protectors of African nature were born in Africa. Many of them have moved to the continent from other parts of the world, to fight side by side with the natives for this very important battle. In various national parks, they not only ensure the success of conservation efforts, but…
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Antipoaching Kenya – Interview With Ranger James Mbuthia

Antipoaching Kenya – Interview With Ranger James Mbuthia

We had the honor to interview a person who has been on the frontline against poaching for the past fifteen years. The anti-poaching sector is becoming more and more interesting in recent years due to many mutations occurred at a global level that highlight how the impact of poaching is deeply influencing not only the conservation of biodiversity but also the growth of international crime and transnational terrorism. The international political agenda is gradually becoming more sensible to the anti-poaching matter and a lot has been accomplished. Despite the effort of many, at a global level, the “good fight” is…
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The Battle To Save Wildlife – Davide Bomben Interview

The Battle To Save Wildlife – Davide Bomben Interview

A life dedicated to the protection of animal species Insider Release has gathered the testimony of an African expert to underline once again the important of fighting illegal poaching. This important battle is waged not only by Africans by birth but also by individuals who regard this continent as their home, despite being born elsewhere. He is Davide Bomben, Italian by birth but as he usually love to repeats: “African in his heart”. Can you tell us about your background and how did you ended up in such unconventional and uncommon career? I have always been in love with wildlife…
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