Attitudes of Rural Communities Toward Dispersing African Wild Dogs in South Africa
Subsistence pastoralists often view large carnivores negatively given that any loss of livestock is likely to represent a significant economic cost. Consequently, large carnivore conservation…
Marine debris ingestion of green sea turtles, Chelonia mydas, (Linnaeus, 1758) from the eastern coast of the United Arab Emirates.
Do armed field-rangers deter rhino poachers? An empirical analysis
Habitat Selection by Transient African Wild Dogs (Lycaon pictus) in Northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: Implications for Range Expansion
Development of formal linkages and wild dog management between subpopulations will require a sustained approach to improving tolerance towards wild dogs, clarity on financial obligations and management responses to pack and prey population dynamics.
Factors affecting the success of artificial pack formation in an endangered, social carnivore: the African wild dog
The success of social integration and reproductive success of artificially formed packs in this study was higher than for natural pack formations, and guidelines for optimizing future artificial pack formation in wild dogs for reintroduction success are provided.
Impacts of the traditional baited basket fishing trap "gargoor" on green sea turtles Chelonia mydas (Testudines: Cheloniidae) Linnaeus, 1758 from two case reports in the United Arab Emirates.
Oil spill causes mass mortality of sea snakes in the Gulf of Oman.
Junk food: Interspecific and intraspecific distinctions in marine debris ingestion by marine turtles.
First record of Holothuria (Metriatyla) scabra Jaeger, 1833 (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea) from the coastal waters of the United Arab Emirates
Though this species is known to occur in other regions along the Gulf of Oman, this paper represents the first published record of H. scabra, in the coastal waters of the United Arab Emirates.