Species news archive
Sleepless nights on Palmerston
For 25 nights in November 2000, the atoll island of Palmerston in the Cook Islands was a hive of ...
Gorillas face doom in the forest
In the Kahuzi-Biega National Park, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the rare eastern lowland ...
Golden primate swings back from the brink
The Golden Lion Tamarin now has a real chance of survival with a recent birth bringing to 1,000 ...
Nepal Rhino Translocation Gets Underway
A rhino translocation operation got underway earlier this week in Nepal, targeting five of the ...
Norway: wolf cries
On Thursday 8 March hunters in Norway's Osterdalen region shot another wolf from the Atndal pack ...
Flipper made safer in the Mediterranean
The bottle-nosed dolphin (Tursiops truncatos), otherwise known as "Flipper", was commonly found in ...
The Decline of the Mexican Prairie Dog
In the seemingly barren valleys of Mexico's Chihuahuan Desert, huge underground communities of ...
Giant Panda not yet out of the woods, says WWF
The disappearance and fragmentation of its rugged mountain forest home are the major threats to the ...
WWF joins howls of protest as wolf hunt gets final go-ahead
Following Norway's decision to begin a wolf-hunt, WWF has urged the government to stop the kill.
Galapagos Oil spill threatens rare species
WWF, the conservation organization, is extremely concerned at the threat posed to the unique nature ...