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Tracking pygmy elephants in Borneo
The same satellite system used by the US military to track vehicle convoys in Iraq is helping WWF ...
Mysterious carnivore discovered in Borneo’s forests
WWF researchers may have discovered a new, mysterious carnivore species in the dense, central ...
Royal elephants auctioned for conservation
A vast array of elephant collectables of the late WWF Founder-President HRH Prince Bernhard of the ...
Hundreds of orang-utans captured or killed each year in Kalimantan, new report shows
Hundreds of orang-utans are either killed or captured every year in Kalimantan, the Indonesian part ...
World's largest oil palm plantation could spell disaster for upland forests of Indonesian Borneo
Plans to create the world’s largest palm oil plantation in Kalimantan along Indonesia’s mountainous ...
Borneo Adventure - Tracking the Pygmy Elephants
See GPS tracking of pygmy elephants for the first time..
Orang-utans and gibbons under threat by trade in Indonesia
Orang-utans and gibbons are still traded and kept as pets in Java and Bali despite having been ...
Orang-utan rescue in the heart of Borneo
The rust-colored orang-utan refuses to come down from his nest high up in the trees. He’s been ...
Most of Borneo's lowland forests could be lost within the next decade – WWF
If the current rate of deforestation continues, Borneo – the world's third largest island – could ...
Borneo's wildlife threatened by illegal trade and deforestation
A new WWF report highlights the need to conserve the habitat of endangered species such as ...