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Rescuers release 20 Javan slow lorises back into the wild

International Animal Rescue recently released 20 Javan slow lorises in Bandung, West Java. Javan slow lorises (Nycticebus javanicus) are protected primates and yet are heavily trafficked in the wildlife trade.

Severe Typhoon Mangkhut: Signal No 9 raised as Hong Kong braces for waves up to 14m high

Flights cancelled, villagers evacuated from low-lying areas and government emergency response plans activated as Hong Kong digs in for what could be most intense storm on record to ever hit the city.

Hurricanes 101 | National Geographic

Hurricanes are massive storms with deadly force. Find out how they form, and what's being done to better predict their impact.

Why we do not prepare for earthquakes | Steven Eberlein | TEDxPortland

Can a society adapt to a risk that it has never experienced before?

Ramón Méndez, General Director of Planning and Resilience for Montevideo, shares his perspective

On September 10, Montevideo, Uruguay became the latest city to publish an urban resilience strategy.

How China’s giant solar farms are transforming world energy

China is not only home to some of the biggest solar farms; its technology looks set to influence energy policy across the globe. But how feasible are these grand plans?

How pesticide misuse is killing Africa’s wildlife – National Geographic

This animated video explains why pesticides are misused and how Africa’s wildlife is affected.

How a New Generation Is Saving Zambia’s Lions | National Geographic

Zambia is one of the last remaining strongholds for large African carnivores like lions, yet human conflict is impacting their populations.

Chameleon Is Hesitant and Indecisive | National Geographic

With 360 degree vision and amazing camouflage, it's only a matter of time before a chameleon catches its prey.

QUT launches ‘RangerBot’ the barrier reef protector drone

The crown-of-thorns starfish eats coral in mass outbreaks, causing widespread destruction on the Great Barrier Reef.

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