Seven years after the surreal bear attacks at Kamchatka, Russians are still trying to deal with starving bears and their attacks on humans.
An Italian lion hunter refuses to be the next Walter Palmer: He’s suing the protestors who violently threatened him, along with any media outlet that pushed the story of his legal kill into the public arena.
I sat on the engine cowling, holding my rifle and studying the hideous design of the crocodile’s head. Then its eye opened.
Thanks to several special genes, elephants are able to live as long as humans with only a fraction of the cancer mortality.
Harry Wolhuter, a ranger in South Africa’s Kruger National Park for 44 years, led an amazing life. From Wolhuter’s memoir comes his amazing escape from a pair of hungry lions.
Dallas Safari Club and several other conservation organizations are going to court over Delta Air Lines’ ban on Big Five trophy shipping.
Just when you think a hunt couldn’t possibly get more dangerous and exciting, something really wild comes along.
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A taxidermist’s skill with dead animals could lead to more living ones. National Geographic hired the Michelangelo of taxidermy” to create a fake, GPS-tracked tusk to follow the routes poachers take. If successful, it could lead to more elephants–and, consequently, more elephant hunting opportunities.”
The first American-born professional hunter in Africa, Charles Cottar would survive three leopard maulings and near-fatal attacks by elephant and buffalo to found the First Family of Safari.