Tag: rescue

Project update
Published: December 16, 2023

Angola Chimpanzee trafficking and poaching pose severe threats to these intelligent and endangered primates. Illegally captured chimpanzees often endure traumatic experiences, separated from their families and natural habitats. The trafficking of chimpanzees not only disrupts ecosystems but also raises ethical concerns about the treatment of these highly social and emotionally complex animals. Our efforts focus […]

Project update
December 1, 2023

Check out Jane Goodall Institute’s article on Tina, Januario, Walter and Jose from Mission Caita. The article is in English.

Project update
September 18, 2023

Check out La Nacion’s article on Mission Caita. The article is in Spanish.

Project update
August 6, 2023

Four days before World Lion Day 2023, Alma passed at the age of 23.

Project update
May 11, 2023

Blick unveils the transformation of the once-emaciated animals at an abandoned Nigeria zoo that took place in just two months. The article is in German.

Project update
January 10, 2023

Wild at Life e.V. feels incredibly honoured to have been featured in ZDF. We hope that this exposure will help to raise awareness about the bushmeat and wet market industries that exist in some parts of our world. By shedding

Project update
December 15, 2022

Relocation to Congo With the limited means and political tensions that were rising in the region, Wild at Life e.V. provided Januario with the best that we could. He had what he needed but unfortunately, his living condition was subpar.

News
May 5, 2022

Power of Positivity posted a video on their Instagram covering Wild at Life e.V.’s baby duiker rescue. The video’s subtitles are in English.

Project update
January 28, 2022

BBC What’s New published a Youtube video on the truth behind the lion breeding industry, where lion cubs are taken at a young age to be used as attractions in petting zoos, and older lions are sold to canned hunting

Project update
July 15, 2021

Check out Jampressltd’s Instagram covering the rescue of Matiaba from Wild at Life e.V’s Mission Caita in Angola. The video’s subtitles are in English.

Project update
July 15, 2021

RTL News shares the story of Matiaba being rescued from the hands of poachers who killed his mother. In the sanctuary where he was brought to, Matiaba is raised with a feeding bottle and slowly regains his lost self-confidence. The

Project update
June 14, 2021

Conservation Conversation shared Georges’ story, the lion that was sparred from the canned hunting industry because of this crooked tail. The article is in English.

Project update
June 3, 2021

andanews made an Instagram post on our mission in South Africa where we saved Georges, Elma, Eva, and Julie from a canned hunting farm. The post is in Portugese.

Project update
June 2, 2021

RTL News sheds light on the cruelty behind trophy hunting as well as animal properties for medicinal uses. The article is in German.

Project update
May 28, 2021

The DailyMail documents the process of tranquillizing and relocating Georges, Eva, Elma and Julie. The article is in English.

Project update
May 7, 2021

The Dodo made a video and interview Wild at Life e.V.’s founder Asli Han Gedik. The video is in English.

Project update
March 24, 2021

Zeze, who suffered a machete wound that left him blind, is now happily thriving in Jane Goodall’s Tchimpounga sanctuary in Congo. The article is in English.

Project update
March 17, 2021

The article discusses the ongoing debate around the role of wet markets in the emergence and spread of zoonotic diseases. It highlights that many wet markets across the world, such as those in China and Nigeria, continue to operate with

Project update
February 27, 2021

lapatilla reports that wild animals, both alive and dead, are being sold in deplorable sanitary conditions in a wet market in Lagos. And emphasised that all animals are infected with something, and only some are infectious to humans. Having many

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