The African Penguin is in serious trouble. Its population has fallen by more than 95% over the last century and, despite ongoing conservation efforts, its numbers continue to fall. There are now barely 20 000 breeding pairs in the world – and the largest colony is in South Africa, on islands around Algoa Bay in the country’s Eastern Cape province.
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Cabinet announces new allowable seal harvesting quota
Cabinet has endorsed a submission by the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources to reduce …