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#115739
2018-01-19

There’s still hope to stave off extinction for the smallest cat in the Americas, study shows

The smallest cat in the Americas is struggling under huge pressure as clear-cutting destroyed its habitat and farmers defend their chickens with deadly force.

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#115672
2018-01-15

A wolf has been spotted in Belgium for the first time in 100 years

At the beginning of the 20th century, the wolf disappeared from most areas of Western Europe. They were seen as dangerous pests and were actively hunted or restricted by industrialization and landscape fragmentation. However, the tides have turned and the wolf is viewed as an important protected ...

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#115660
2018-01-12

Big game hunters: We're the answer to preventing extinction

Many of these hunters here pass the time trading stories about how they've bagged some of nature's most exotic animals -- following a tradition made famous by writers such as Ernest Hemingway.

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#115645
2018-01-11

New hope for critically endangered Myanmar snub-nosed monkey

Eight years after the discovery of a new primate species in Myanmar, scientists have released a new report revealing how the 'snubby' is faring.

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#115626
2017-12-21

Indonesian pangolin faces extinction due to trafficking: Study

Pangolins in Indonesia are at risk of extinction because of an illicit trade that sees thousands of the critically endangered animals trafficked each year, a study showed Thursday.

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#115505
2017-12-06

How Superstitions and Myths Affect Animal Conservation

When someone says “endangered species,” you probably think of rhinos, tigers, and maybe turtles, to name just a few. It’s alarming how our planet’s animals can disappear so quickly. What exactly is an endangered species? It is when a species of animal or plant is at very serious risk of extincti ...

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#115432
2017-12-04

The True Cost of a Dead Elephant

MAUN, Botswana—When the rains finally come to this corner of southern Africa, the land is transformed. Dry rivers flow again. Boreholes fill. Springs seep to the green surface.

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#115433
2017-12-04

Illegal wildlife trade is one of the biggest threats to endangered species – and the UK is a key player

You might not have heard of a pangolin, but they are widely claimed to be the most illegally trafficked mammal in the world.

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#115409
2017-12-01

'Endangered' captures lives of threatened species around the world

From polar bears in the melting tundra to colorful coral reefs in the world's oceans, photographer Tim Flach documented where threatened and endangered animals are living in his new book "Endangered."

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#115421
2017-12-01

Petition for Indonesian government to save Sumatran rhino garners global support

Over 100,000 people have signed an online petition calling for the Indonesian government to do more to save the Sumatran rhino from extinction.

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#115388
2017-11-30

How local ecological knowledge can save endangered and rare animals

From knowing where animals live, to which plants provide what medicinal benefits, communities around the world hold expert levels of knowledge on their local environments.

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#115398
2017-11-30

Endangered species: Egyptian vulture rescued from temple after priest sounds alarm

A temple in Patparganj had an unusual visitor on Wednesday. A white adult Egyptian vulture, rarely seen in Delhi’s skies over the past several years, found its way to a Hanuman temple in the area, where it was spotted by the priest, Bharti Baba.

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#115352
2017-11-28

SOS: Turtles in need

Yellow-spotted river turtle eggs are a delicacy in Peru. Communities who once collected the eggs to eat themselves are now selling them for ever higher prices, pushing the turtles to the brink of extinction.

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#115353
2017-11-28

Indonesia to kick off 10-year plan to save critically endangered helmeted hornbill

The Indonesian government will next year launch a 10-year program to save the critically endangered helmeted hornbill (Rhinoplax vigil), a bird driven to the verge of extinction because of poaching for its distinctive casqued beak.

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#115330
2017-11-27

Scientists successfully transplant coral into the devastated Great Barrier Reef

In a bid to save the endangered Great Barrier Reef from the effects of man-made pollution and climate change, Australian scientists have turned to desperate measures. They’ve first bred baby corals in an artificial environment and later moved them to some of the most damaged parts of the reef. E ...

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#115283
2017-11-22

We don’t need to save endangered species. Extinction is part of evolution.

Near midnight, during an expedition to southwestern Ecuador in December 2013, I spotted a small green frog asleep on a leaf, near a stream by the side of the road. It was Atelopus balios , the Rio Pescado stubfoot toad. Although a lone male had been spotted in 2011, no populations had been found ...

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#115242
2017-11-17

Conservation call on sawfish nursery

Murdoch University researchers have identified an important nursery for a critically endangered species of sawfish and are calling for conservation efforts to be focused there.

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#115243
2017-11-17

Parrots And Politics Collide In Tasmania's Trashed Forests

Poorly managed logging of Tasmania’s old growth forests threatens to quickly push Australia’s critically endangered swift parrot over the edge and into extinction

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#115246
2017-11-17

Tiger bones? Lion bones? An almost extinct cycad? On-the-spot DNA checks at ports of entry

Wildlife traffickers do their best to make animal and plant parts unidentifiable. When customs officials find bones, maybe all they can say, is that the bones belonged to large cats. Then they have to ask: are those tiger bones? Tigers are threatened with extinction and an international conventi ...

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#115200
2017-11-15

Scientists team up on study to save endangered African Penguins

With less than 25,000 breeding pairs in existence today, it is an uphill battle for the African Penguin, which calls South Africa home. The 60 percent drop in their population since 2001 has put them on the endangered species list by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. In some So ...

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#115201
2017-11-15

Scientist calls on public to help 'unlock' genes of threatened bat species

A University of Southampton scientist is calling on the public's help in her bid to unlock the genetic secrets of an endangered bat species.

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#115139
2017-11-10

Who Cries for Butterflies?

They are disappearing in front of our eyes, and no one can tell how much our lives will change without them. All over the world, scientists are recording a dramatic "ecological Armageddon" that is showing itself first in the realm of insects.

News Headlines
#115122
2017-11-09

How do you stop the next mass extinction? Look to the past

Black rhinos, red wolves, whooping cranes: the global list of endangered species grows every year to the point where some researchers say we're witnessing the start of Earth's next mass extinction.

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#115086
2017-11-08

New Orangutan Species Faces Potential Extinction: Here’s How Humans Can Save It

Scientists have identified an isolated group of orangutans in the Sumatran forest of Batang Toru as an entirely new species, which they named as Pongo tapanuliensis. However, the species has also been listed as endangered, with fewer than 800 surviving members.

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#115096
2017-11-08

Where, oh where, are the rhinos of Bukit Barisan Selatan?

LAMPUNG, Indonesia — Dripping with sweat, breathing heavily, I followed several members of the Rhino Protection Unit (RPU) down a steep, forested slope characteristic of Sumatra’s Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park. I was thankful whenever we paused: to look at a spot where a deer had rubbed ag ...

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