Earning its stripes: tech bid to crack tiger trade

Earning its stripes: tech bid to crack tiger trade

By Stuart GRAHAM In a town in northeastern Scotland, Debbie Banks looks for clues to track down criminals as she clicks through a database of tiger skins. There are thousands of photographs, including of rugs, carcasses and taxidermy specimens. Banks, the crime...
How legal hunting supports African rhino conservation

How legal hunting supports African rhino conservation

Michael ‘t Sas-Rolfes, University of Oxford While the UK government has been considering a ban on imports of hunting trophies, the South African government recently approved an annual maximum quota of ten legal trophy hunts of endangered black rhinos for 2022....