October, 2018

  • 30 October

    Erosion of Biodiversity: Towards an irreversible global catastrophe? (WWF report)


    WWF has just published its 2018 “Living Planet” report. This twelfth report – a long series published every two years – highlights the massive erosion of wildlife populations. The decline was 52% between 1970 and 2010. Over the period from 1970 to 2014 it rose to 60%   The future of terrestrial biological diversity is believed to belong to rats …

  • 28 October

    Off Your Map: don’t let coastal wetlands be wiped off the map

    The Mediterranean sea is the largest enclosed sea in the world with 46,000 km of coastline. It includes a mosaic of coastal wetlands of high ecological value that are critical in the life of millions of people living there thanks to the vital services they provide. Unfortunately, wetlands in the Mediterranean region are declining fast and losing their functions and …

August, 2018

  • 11 August

    Sahara: Filmed observation of Cuvier’s Gazelle (HARMUSH)

    It’s unprecedented in the Sahara. The HARMUSH team discovered in one of its photographic traps the images of a Cuvier’s gazelle and its baby gazelle.   These are the first unpublished video images of a cuvieri Gazella feeding in the Sahara desert. It took us almost 5 years to get videos that we are enthusiastic about as much as this …

April, 2017

July, 2012

  • 21 July

    The barbary macaque

    The barbary macaque (Macaca Sylvanus) is the only macaque living on the African continent . It lives in the wild in the relict forests of Morocco and Algeria. It is also present in an artificial way on Gibraltar. With man (Homo sapiens) he represents the only primate of Europe.   Other species of the genus Macaca live mainly in South …