Before You Criticize Trump’s Support for Wildlife Trophy Hunting in Africa

President Trump  has overturns an Obama-era ban on some trophies In a memorandum published last week by the federal Fish and Wildlife Service, President Trump  has overturns an Obama-era ban on some trophies. This means the United States has moved to allow hunters to import big-game trophies, including elephant tusks and lion hides, acquired in certain African… Read More Before You Criticize Trump’s Support for Wildlife Trophy Hunting in Africa

Mysterious Strain of Anthrax is Killing Chimpanzees in African Rainforests

A strange breed of anthrax bacterium killed more than half of the dead chimpanzees analysed in new research from Africa – and scientists say the fatal infection could wipe out the local chimp population in the Ivory Coast. As grave as the findings are, the greater implications of the Bacillus cereus biovar anthracis (Bcbva) bacterium… Read More Mysterious Strain of Anthrax is Killing Chimpanzees in African Rainforests

How Western Countries Steal From Africa by Patenting Her Natural Resources

Europe and America has always stolen from Africa using deception or force. In the 90s, Africa was pressed hard by the West to adopt a legislation recognizing foreign patents. This meant no country can steal another country’s knowledge and natural resources. This law prevents Africa countries from using the discoveries and knowledge of great inventors… Read More How Western Countries Steal From Africa by Patenting Her Natural Resources

Defending Nigeria’s Last Elephants Against Poachers

For years, blacksmith Hashimu Abdullahi was making guns for ivory poachers and hunters invading the Yankari Game Reserve, one of the last wildlife areas home to elephants in Nigeria. The five-kilogram (11-pound), 1.5-metre-long (five-foot) flintlock muskets are a relic of West Africa’s colonial past, when slave traders used and swapped almost identically designed guns for… Read More Defending Nigeria’s Last Elephants Against Poachers