CONSERVATION

CONSERVATION

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  1. India now has around 3,000 tigers in the wild, compared to 1,411 in 2006 when a nationwide survey

    World tiger population grows but Southeast Asia threats 'critical': WWF

    Tiger populations in five countries are making a comeback but the endangered species still faces major threats such as poaching, conservation ...
  2. Jaws boat replica Orca 1

    Replica of Jaws boat is headed back to the water, this time to save sharks

    The Orca, the boat captained by the shark hunter Quint in the hit film, will now be used as an educational tool to help the public understand sharks.
  3. Many of the turtles washed up on the beach in Bangladesh sustained injuries from being caught in the

    160 turtles caught in plastic waste rescued from Bangladesh beach

    About 160 sea turtles, many of them injured after getting entangled in plastic waste, have been rescued after washing up on one of the world's ...
  4. Myanmar is a hub for the illegal trafficking of wildlife such as pangolins -- a trade driven by

    Tiger, pangolin farming in Myanmar risks 'boosting demand'

    Conservationists have warned a sudden change in Myanmar's law allowing the commercial farming of tigers, pangolins and other endangered species ...
  5. Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan visit South Africa

    Britain's Prince Harry travels to Botswana for next leg of Africa tour

    Britain's Prince Harry was due to travel to Botswana on Thursday to visit conservation and health projects on the next leg of his family's ...
  6. NParks personnel showing the size of the ivory

    Commentary: Singapore’s ivory trade ban tackles elephant in room but work ahead a mammoth task

    Singapore’s ivory ban is a win for conservation but we must double down on wider conservation efforts, says WWF-Singapore’s Kim Stengert.
  7. july 21 pangolin scales and ivory

    Singapore to ban domestic trade in ivory