Organization of the Day: Bonobo Conservation Initiative

Due to the hostile nature of Congo’s war-ravaged lands, the number of remaining Bonobos apes is one that is hard to pinpoint, and as a result there is no true approximation of their population size today. We are aware of Continue Reading

Tattoo of the Day

Tattoo by Nick Chaboya.

IUCN Species of the Day: Luristan Newt

  Photo credit: Twan Leenders   The Luristan Newt, Neurergus kaiseri, is listed as ‘CRITICALLY ENDANGERED’ on the IUCN Red List of Threatened SpeciesTM. It is a small species, reaching only 13cm in length, and is found in the Luristan Continue Reading

Tattoo of the Day

Tattoo by Afferni Andrea.

Organization of the Day: J.A.C.K.

In 1960 the estimated population of chimpanzees was estimated at around one million individuals. Today the estimates have been dramatically reduced to 172,000 to 300,000 remaining, a decline of on the scale of 70-83%. Roughly 40% of this population is Continue Reading