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World Oceans Day 2020 – understanding our impact on the…

by CapeNature
By Pierre de Villiers, Senior Manager, Marine and Coasts Operations The link between oceans and the land is often not…

Ground Pangolin of Southern Africa

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Temminck’s Ground Pangolin Smutsia temminckii (synonym Manis temminckii), is the most widespread African pangolin species, recorded from south-eastern Chad, through…

Of Pangolins, Bats and the Illegal Trade of Wildlife

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By Alexis Olds and Philippa Huntly, CapeNature Biodiversity Capabilities The COVID-19 pandemic has got us to think about our relationship…

Nature Talks – Back by Popular Demand!

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CapeNature invites you to attend a virtual Nature Talks session by live webinar on Monday 27 July 2020 from 17H00…

Kudos for CapeNature’s biodiversity management

by CapeNature
The International Day for Biological Diversity is celebrated on 22 May annually and this year’s theme is “Our solutions are in…

Sights unseen, the magical miniature world of aquatic invertebrates

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By Jeanne Gouws, Freshwater Ecologist When it comes to the animal Kingdom, conservation is not all about everything big. Big…

Biodiversity in our rivers

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CapeNature ecologists Dr. Martine Jordaan and Jeanne Gouws were fortunate enough to get out into the field (or rivers in…

Estuaries: a biodiversity treasure trove

by CapeNature
By Alexis Olds, Marine and Coastal Ecologist Estuaries are often thought of as part of a river but they are…

The (K)helpful forests of South Africa

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By Nicole Horn, Biodiversity Capabilities South Africa has one of the biggest forests on the planet. It is just somewhat…

Birds Connect Our World – World Migratory Bird Day 2020

by CapeNature
“Birds Connect our World” is the 2020 theme for World Migratory Bird Day and reflects how birds through their migratory…
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