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  1. A tiger is seen in an enclosure at the Wat Pha Luang Ta Bua Tiger Temple

    Scores of tigers rescued from infamous Thai temple have died: Reports

  2. FILE PHOTO: An endangered east African black rhino and her young one walk in Tanzania's Sereng

    Rare black rhinos relocated to Tanzania in Serengeti repopulation plan

    Tanzania has flown in nine black rhinos to its Serengeti national park from South Africa as part of efforts to restore its population of the ...
  3. An undated photo of the saltwater crocodile affectionately known as Howard, Miallo, Queensland

    Australian boy battles to save crocodile 'friend'

  4. A baby gorilla plays in the branches of the Bayanga Equatorial Forest, part of the Dzanga-Sangha

    Hunters turn gamekeepers to help Central Africa's threatened wildlife

    Jean moves deftly through the tangle of roots and branches before waiting for the rainforest to give him a clue.
  5. FILE PHOTO: Giraffes are seen in Masai Mara National Reserve

    Trade in giraffes to be regulated for first time

    Countries voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to regulate international trade in giraffes, an endangered species, and in their body parts, overcoming ...
  6. Our Tiny Superheroes
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    Our Tiny Superheroes

    In Singapore, seven scientists are harnessing the superpowers of some unexpected species to solve mankind’s greatest challenges. Their discoveries ...
  7. Elephants rescued in Pahang

    Rescuers save elephants trapped in abandoned Malaysian gold mine

  8. File photo of otter

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

  9. 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 ...
  10. 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.