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Researchers Say Orangutans Are Declining, Despite Indonesian Government's Claims

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INDONESIA - Researchers say a recent Indonesian government report inaccurately claims that the orangutan population in the country is increasing, which could have significant implications for future conservation plans. ...

One Held With 2.60 Kg Pangolin Scales

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INDIA - A man has been arrested for possession of pangolin scales in Dolakha district. ...

Red Deer Was Found Killed By Poachers Near Svilengrad

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BULGARIA - A red deer was found killed by poachers near Svilengrad, announced the "Wilder Rhodope" Foundation. Remnants of red dear Kibela were discovered after a signal by experts from the Foundation and an on-site inspection with representatives of the Region ...

Lion Poaching: The Brutal New Threat To Africa's Prides

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MOZAMBIQUE - The big cats are horribly easy to kill with poisoned meat, allowing poachers to hack off their faces and paws but rangers are now on their trail ...

Another Two Rhinos Destined For Chad Die

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SOUTH AFRICA - The rhinos were translocated to Chad's Zakouma National Park in May following their decimation due to poaching there nearly 50 years ago. ...

This Crab Could Save Your Life If Humans Dont Wipe It Out First

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Horseshoe crab outlived dinosaurs but is no match for medicine?s hunger for its blood. ...

Recovery Of Endangered Whales Hampered By Humans Long After Hunting

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When an endangered female North Atlantic right whale spends months, even years, disentangling itself from cast-off fishing nets, there's not much energy left over for mating and nursing calves. ...

Experts Fear Impact Of China Lifting Trade Ban On Tiger And Rhino Parts

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CHINA - Burden of enforcement will hit poorer nations already struggling to cope, say conservationists ...

It's Been A Bloody Season For India's Wildlife

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INDIA - The killing of Avni, the tigress, may have made headlines, but she's not the first large animal killed in recent weeks. In fact, she's not even the latest one another tigress was murdered in Uttar Pradesh over the weekend. Over the past few weeks, In ...

Bear-Human Conflict Risks Pinpointed Amid Resurgent Bear Population

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Scientists have mapped out instances of human-black bear conflict in a part of the U.S. state of Nevada where bears are returning decades after they vanished. ...

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