Mozambique's largest wildlife park is struggling with an increase in illegal hunting. The park has now launched a determined battle to protect its wildlife. Recently it's brought in six new rangers - all of them women.
How do you go about reintroducing wildlife to national parks all but wiped out by decades of civil war? Mozambique has a (biblical) answer.
Civil war, deforestation, disease and poaching have driven the mighty mountain gorilla to the brink of extinction. Conservation efforts have helped boost population numbers, but humans are still their greatest threat.
Large numbers of rhinos once roamed parts of Nepal, but poachers and a civil war decimated the population. Now the country is working to protect existing rhinos while trying to grow the population.
Join us as we take a look through the lens at some environmental events and moments from around the world over the past week. From beauty to tragedy, the natural world tells its own story.
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