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UN recognizes severity of wildlife crimes
Members of the United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Friday passed a ...
Orphaned rhino struggles to survive after mother killed
An Indian rhino calf that lost its mother to poachers is clinging to life with the help of WWF.
All eyes on countries fuelling illegal ivory trade
Sanctions should be imposed on Thailand, Nigeria and DRC for their roles in the illegal ivory ...
Long-term solutions needed for conservation of Borneo pygmy elephants
WWF is concerned about the recent pygmy elephant deaths in the Gunung Rara Forest Reserve in Sabah, ...
On India visit, US official offers support to wildlife law enforcement
US Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and Environment Robert D. Hormats today ...
First calf born to newly established rhino population as poaching threat looms
A female greater-one horned rhino that was relocated from an Indian wildlife sanctuary to a ...
Viet Nam acknowledges severity of rhino trade
WWF and TRAFFIC, in advance of World Rhino Day Saturday, are calling on Viet Nam to increase ...
Nepal tests new unmanned aerial vehicle technology to stop wildlife crime
WWF training will help rangers stop and deter poachers in two national parks
Rhinos listed among the most threatened species
Asia’s few remaining Javan and Sumatran rhinos have been identified by conservationists as some of ...
TRAFFIC: “Loose horns”, surging demand and easy money create “perfect storm” for rhino poaching
A comprehensive new TRAFFIC report into the rhino poaching crisis in South Africa documents how ...