Species news archive
Norwegian Whale meat contains deadly toxins
WWF, the conservation organization, today warned that an initial toxic analysis on Norwegian Minke ...
IWC scientific report questions whale numbers
WWF, the conservation organization, today warned that there is fresh uncertainty over the actual ...
Japanese whaling set to expand
As the 52nd meeting of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) gets underway here, WWF, the ...
WWF and Bass Team Up To Conserve Endangered Wildlife
WWF, the conservation organization, and Bass Hotels & Resorts today announced the launch of a joint ...
Northern Right Whales heading for extinction
Northern Right Whales could become extinct in the Atlantic, unless urgent action is taken by the ...
WWF welcomes protection for marine wildlife in the Caribbean
WWF warmly welcomed the entry into force yesterday of the Protocol on Specially Protected Areas and ...
WWF condemns Japanese whaling plan
WWF condemns Japanese Government reported plan to catch Bryde and Sperm whales in the North Pacific.
CITES toothless on sharks
Nairobi, Kenya - Parties to the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild ...
CITES funding falls short
WWF, the conservation organization, today called on governments to pay more than lip service, and ...
Marine Turtles still under threat
Despite decades of conservation efforts, six of the world's seven species of marine turtle are ...