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  1. Elephants rescued in Pahang

    Rescuers save elephants trapped in abandoned Malaysian gold mine

  2. File photo of otter

    'Otterly adorable'? Demand for cute selfies puts animals at risk

  3. Conservation group Traffic called for action to prevent further tiger losses with fewer than 3,900

    More than 2,300 tigers killed and trafficked this century: Report

    More than 2,300 endangered tigers have been killed and illegally trafficked since the turn of the century, according to a report published ...
  4. 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.
  5. Giraffe numbers across the continent fell 40 percent between 1985 and 2015, to just under 100,000

    Gentle giraffes threatened with 'silent extinction'

    For most of his life as a Samburu warrior, Lesaiton Lengoloni thought nothing of hunting giraffes, the graceful giants so common a feature of the ...
  6. Upwards of 100 million sharks are fished every year, mainly for their valuable fins, which can fetch

    Countries push to protect sharks, rays

    Dozens of countries will push at a global meeting for regulations on trade in 18 types of shark and ray, with conservationists warning Thursday of ...
  7. july 21 pangolin scales and ivory

    Singapore to ban domestic trade in ivory

  8. This image taken in 2015 by David Gruber, a professor at City University of New York,  shows a

    Mysteries of the deep: How some sharks glow green in the dark

    It may not sound like the best way to go incognito, but some species of shark that lurk on the ocean floor glow a bright green hue visible to ...
  9. FILE PHOTO: Pacific black brant fly past Mount Dutton over the Izembek Lagoon in the Izembek Nation

    Alaska lawsuit seeks to block Trump road deal through refuge