On the Kenyan savannah, a new model for community-based conservation takes root.
As a twelve-year-old trainee I hand-fed hippos, hugged orangutans and was bit by a baby tiger. Now, as an adult, I wonder if kids these days need a little more dangerous freedom.
My parents love the tale of how our ancestors’ whaling ship capsized, turning the crew into cannibals. As an environmental reporter, there’s no story I dread hearing more.
Peter Benchley wrote a bestselling novel and blockbuster movie—then spent the rest of his career struggling to protect sharks from the stigma that his masterpiece unleashed.
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