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No 42 (2007): January - June 2007

Cover: Elephants in Tarangire National Park, Tanzania. Photo: Charles and Lara Foley
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No 43 (2007): July - December 2007

Cover: A Yemeni man proudly wears his dagger with its priceless rhino horn handle. Photo: Lucy Vigne


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No 44 (2008): January - June 2008

Elephant herd, Luangwa Valley, Zambia. Photo: Julian Fennessy


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No 45 (2009): July 2008-June 2009

Rhino killed by poachers in Chitwan National Park. Photo: Deepak Acharya
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No 46 (2009): July-December 2009

Photo: Michele Menegon. A savannah elephant in a montane forest of the Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania.


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No 47 (2010): January - June 2010

Photo: Brendan Hill. Eastern black rhino (Diceros bicornis ssp. michaeli) at Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Kenya.
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No 48 (2010): July - December 2010

A greater one-horned rhino (Rhinoceros unicornis) in Chitwan National Park, Nepal, photographed from elephant back.
Photo: Esmond Martin


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No 49 (2011): January - June 2011

Elephants in Chobe National Park, Botswana. Mark Atkinson
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No 50 (2011): July - December 2011

Immobilized black rhino (Diceros bicornis minor) being airlifted out of a nature reserve in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. See brief note on page 68. Credit: WWF/Green Renaissance


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No 51 (2012): January - June 2012

The Forest Department of West Bengal, India, has trained a number of women living in the areas sorrounding Gorumara National Park to weave jute handicrafts to sell to tourists, one of several activities to support the villagers.
Credit: Lucy Vigne
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No 52 (2012): July - December 2012

African bull elephant in Ngorongoro, Tanzania. Copyright: Sian Brown, Messerli Foundation


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No 53 (2013): January - June 2013

African rhino in Kruger National Park, South Africa. Copyright: Bibhab Talukdar
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No 54 (2013): July - December 2013

The greater one-horned rhino in Kaziranga National Park, India.
Credit: Bibhab K Talukdar


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No 55 (2014): January - June 2014

Angolan authorities rarely inspect the displays of ivory in Mercado do Artesanato in Luanda, resulting in the largest quantity of illegal ivory on sale in southern Africa.
Credit: Lucy Vigne


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No 56 (2015): July 2014-June 2015

Thandi and her six month old calf (‘Thembi’ that means hope in isiXhosa) in Shamwari Game Reserve, South Africa. Thandi survived a brutal attack by poachers, defacing her and destroying her horn growth plate. Only through skilful veterinary work and innovative skin grafts did she survive.

Credit: Daniel Haesslich/Kariega