Compelling feature articles and multi-media pieces about elephants and ecosystems, and about the people who protect (and even those who endanger) elephants. Also coverage of South Africa, Mozambique, and the other countries around the world that elephants call home.
This elephant-conservation initiative is an example of how the private sector can help save the planet
Unsupervised elephant youth terrorized other wildlife — until adults set them straight
Before you can move elephants to a better and safer home, you have to capture them first.
By creating a dynamic park with iconic animals, the country can take its first steps toward building a vibrant tourism industry.
Too many elephants can overwhelm an ecosystem. And yet not enough elephants can have equally damaging impact.
Isaia Byele is one of the best game scouts in the business. He sat down with us and talked us through how he keeps so many animals healthy and safe.
Do good fences make good neighbors? They might if your neighbor is a lion or a cheetah.
Elephants are intensely social, very intelligent creatures. Can they thrive in zoos?
Do characters like Dumbo and Simba make us more empathetic to real-life animals? Or less? Moving Giants investigates.
Patricia Sims, the founder of World Elephant Day, thinks we will win the ivory battle. But the bigger challenge, she says, is the habitat question: Where are elephants going to live?
After a devastating civil war, one organization is committed to restoring Zinave National Park to its former glory.
Investigators are using elephant DNA to fight the illegal wildlife trade
This couple uprooted their lives to live on a reserve and protect the animals there. But having elephants as your neighbors presents a unique set of challenges.
The UN has a plan to save the planet. But it needs the private sector to foot much of the bill.
Elephant translocation is an incredibly complicated process... so we sat down with the expert.
Human-elephant conflict claims the lives of both species at alarmingly high numbers. Here are some innovations that are helping to reduce tensions.
From the etymology of their name to the utility of their trunks, even elephant lovers might not know all there is to know about these fantastic beasts.
When poverty-stricken animal hunters are killed by wildlife, many people see it as poetic justice. This is why it's not.
African national parks with healthy wildlife populations can be economic engines. Is Mozambique ready to be the next new tourism hotspot?
200 too many elephants? Says who? Understanding the dangers and devastation elephants pose to their own habitats when populations grow out of control.
Testing lions for tuberculosis isn't easy. But the tests yield critical habitat data points. We ride along with a vet to see how it's done.