This Gorilla Was Orphaned by the Bushmeat Trade
We meet animal rights photojournalist Jo-Anne McArthur, winner of this year's People's Choice Award for Wildlife Photographer of the year, to learn more about Pikin the gorilla and the circumstances behind the winning photo.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
Trump's border wall would end American return of jaguar
VICE News travels to Arizona and into Mexico to learn more about the possibility of extinction for jaguars as a result of Trump's border wall.
Why Some Scientists Are Now Hiding the Location of Wildlife
Scientists are debating whether revealing the location of wildlife animals harms conservation efforts and makes them more susceptible to poachers and photographers.
Shoot to Kill: VICE Investigates the Kenya Wildlife Service
VICE follows a trail of mysterious disappearances and deaths on the fringes of Kenya’s national parks, climaxing in a [tense exchange] with renowned conservationist Dr Richard Leakey, the chairman of the Kenya Wildlife Service.
Motherboard / Clip
Surrounded: Island of the Sharks (Part 2)
Reunion Island residents are taking shark research and attack-prevention measures into their own hands, an attempt at a more symbiotic relationship.
Uber for Gyms
We check out the gym on wheels that brings the workout to Los Angelenos, investigate the world of captive cheetah breeding, and examine Ecuador's shrimp industry.
VICE News Specials
Forced Out of the Forest: The Lost Tribe of Uganda
VICE News meets a pygmy community from Uganda who have been expelled from the forest.
On The Line
Danny Gold on Drug Trafficking and Conservationism in Costa Rica
Danny Gold joins On The Line to discuss the violent overlap between drug trafficking and conservationism in Costa Rica.
Beaver Slayers of Patagonia
We traveled to the southernmost tip of Chile to meet the beaver hunters in charge of crudely restoring order to its ecosystem.