News & Publications on Asian Rhinos & Elephants
Tesso Nilo Voice Newsletter - April 2004
Wildlife trade survey along Thai-Burmese reveals demand for illegal products
Four out of seven randomly-checked restaurants in Thailand along the Thai/Burmese border were found ...
Nepalese government approves plan for Terai Arc
His Majesty's Government of Nepal has approved the Terai Arc Landscape Strategic Plan, developed ...
Protection boost for elephants, tigers and orang utans in Indonesian rainforests
With the Indonesian government's commitment to establish 12 new forest protected areas – totalling ...
Honey: helping to save Indonesian forest
A project in Indonesia's Tesso Nilo forest is helping to conserve the trees favoured by wild bees - ...
Sumatran rhino breeding programme needs review
Following the deaths of five Sumatran rhinos in a captive breeding programme in Malaysia, WWF has ...
Kinabatangan: Borneo's elephants are an evolutionary significant unit (ESU)
Borneo’s Pygmy Elephant has been recognised as a separate evolutionary significant unit (ESU).
Wildlife conservation becomes a matter of attitude in South Korea
The use of pangolin scales and musk is on the increase among traditional medicine practitioners in ...
Rhino translocation will see 100 rhinos in new home
In the last translocation of a 20-year programme, starting this Sunday up to ten rhinos will be ...
The secret life of the Javan rhino
Javan rhinos are one of the rarest large mammals in the world, with fewer than 70 individuals ...