This is an opinion article courtesy of Alexander Anghelou who is a psychologist specialising in cognitive behaviour therapy, who is passionate about nature and wildlife.
Why would anyone be interested in killing lions? Even if it was for free, which it is not. As a psychologist, this is what I try to understand. (more…)
In São Tomé, a small African country, a surfer witnesses the growth of one of the youngest modern, alternative surf scenes in the world—an indigenous surf-riding culture called “corre-barra” by the locals. .
Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania, on the shore of Lake Tanganyika, half-way between the Burundi and Zambian borders, is home to a thriving population of some of the last wild chimpanzees in Africa. .
A journey to find some of Africa's last remaining wild chimpanzees starts (somewhat un-fittingly) with a ride on the world's oldest passenger/cargo steamer—a WWI warship that's been trudging along since 1913. .
What started as an attempt to become the first British person to solo circumnavigate this modern day Jurassic Park, turned into a terrifying education into human caused destruction—deforestation so severe it can be seen from space. .
A mountain guide recounts her experience of trekking in the Simien Mountains in Ethiopia.