Species news archive
Hope for great apes in the Congo
As Rwandan troops continue to withdraw from the Democratic Republic of Congo and hopes of peace ...
Toxic chemicals a major threat to the Arctic
Arctic wildlife and some Arctic indigenous people are contaminated by industrial pollutants ...
Whales beached after NATO exercises
WWF demands that Spain's Ministry of Defence conducts its military manoeuvres outside sensitive ...
Tough action needed to save seabirds from illegal oil dumping
WWF is calling for tough action from the Canadian government to save seabirds from waste bilge oil ...
Varied urban menu will help threatened species thrive
Gardening enthusiasts can help threatened wildlife survive seasonal food shortages by planting ...
Derbyan Parakeets benefit from grassroots conservation group
Once a rare sight, the near-threatened Derbyan Parakeet has made a comeback in China. Now, with the ...
Order to shoot Malaysian tigers called off!
The Chief Minister of Kelantan has called off his order to shoot and kill all tigers in the Tanah ...
The secret life of the Javan rhino
Javan rhinos are one of the rarest large mammals in the world, with fewer than 70 individuals ...
Sea turtle conservation in Cambodia takes first big step
The protection of endangered marine turtle species took a major step forward in Cambodia this week.
"Walk Out for Wildlife," says WWF
WWF-Malaysia has called on all Malaysians to boycott tiger and other wildlife meat that is served ...