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Indian rhinos on the move to a better future
After centuries of having their range contracted to the point of extinction, India’s rhinos are on ...
WWF’s 10 years in Kangchenjunga Conservation Area
While poets from Taplejung cited poems, students in Kathmandu participated in a rally to raise ...
Norden Pines briquette plant opens in Bhutan
In a rural farming province of Bhutan, a programme is under way to provide an alternative source of ...
Fourteen plant species new to Nepal identified
A team of ethnobotanists from Kathmandu have recorded 14 new plant species for Nepal recently. The ...
Body part by body part, Sumatran Tigers are being sold into extinction
Laws protecting the critically endangered Sumatran Tiger have failed to prevent tiger body parts ...
India's tigers at risk - census confirms
The long-awaited India Tiger Estimation, released yesterday by the government of India, shows the ...
South Asian nations pledge cooperation on rampant wildlife trade
Kathmandu, Nepal – All eight South Asian nations have agreed to step up cooperation in addressing ...
Found only in Nepal!
Nepalese scientists have recorded a new subspecies of bird at Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve (KTWR) ...
Celebrating World Wetlands Day
WWF Nepal together with the DNPWC and partner conservation organizations celebrated the World ...
Milestone partnership to incorporate conservation in curriculum
WWF Nepal signed a MoU with Curriculum Development Centre, Ministry of Education and Sports, ...
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