Species news archive
Sustainable community development in Qinling giant panda range
A new project has been launched to magnify conservation-based community activities throughout one ...
Set net fishing ban for Maui's dolphin!
WWF congratulates New Zealand's Minister of Fisheries on his decision to ban set nets in order to ...
South America’s role in the global catch and trade of Patagonian toothfish
A new study reveals that a lack of coordination between South American countries targeting ...
Army man brings laurels to TRAFFIC India
Lt Col Dinesh Sharma of the Indian Army Intelligence Corps, serving on deputation with TRAFFIC ...
WWF launches project to save the Caucasus leopard
WWF recently launched a project to secure protection for the critically endangered Caucasus leopard.
Cactus poaching, legal harvesting a growing threat to Chihuahuan Desert cacti
A new study shows that demand for wild cactus and rare plants many soon surpass supply in the ...
UK toughens action against illegal wildlife traders
WWF and TRAFFIC have hailed a proposed increase in the penalties for wildlife criminals as a major ...
Ganges River survey shows urgent need to help river dolphins
A new survey of the Ganges river dolphin in India shows that although the population in one river ...
Climate change "fingerprint" shows that global warming is affecting species
Two articles published in this week's issue of Nature provide evidence that global warming is ...
WWF’s internet polar bears are pregnant
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