Fears for orangutans, dolphins as Indonesia presses on with new capital
About 400 hectares of mangrove forests along the coastline of Balikpapan bay have already been cleared according to one estimation, to make way for a coal port and oil refinery.
Terengganu logs 31 turtle deaths in 3 months
Strong waves during monsoon season, trawling activities which do not comply with the set conditions, and pollution are named as some of the contributing factors.
EU wants pandemic treaty to ban wildlife markets, reward virus detection
International negotiators will meet for the first time to prepare talks for a potential treaty, officials say.
Pristine forests the most ideal habitat for tigers
It is important to differentiate sustainable forest management that complies with the principles of sustainability from conventional logging where indiscriminate logging takes place.
Research on tiger population by WWF experts in line with remarks by Kelantan forestry head
In their findings published by Cambridge University, the pair caution against linking depleting tiger numbers to deforestation.
A plea for better management of human-tiger conflict
The Malayan tiger is standing precariously close to the brink of extinction.
California lawmakers aim to ban offshore drilling after spill
About 3,000 barrels of crude oil spilled into the Pacific Ocean, killing wildlife, soiling the coastline and forcing officials to close beaches in several cities in Orange County, just south of Los Angeles.
Not just survival of the fittest for orangutans in Sarawak reserve
The park rangers are also taking extra precautions to keep the primates safe from Covid-19.
Alligator in Hurricane Ida attack found with human remains in stomach
The animal's capture ended a two-week search for a 71-year-old man, whose attack outside his home was witnessed by his wife.
Sabah swabs orangutans for Covid after park staff test positive
All 30 antigen tests which were conducted last Tuesday came back negative.
Jumbos jet ‘home’: African elephants born and raised in English zoo to fly to Kenya
After the mammoth task of getting them to Kenya, the herd will be rewilded in the bush 'where they belong'.
Two rare Javan rhino calves spotted in Indonesia
Javan rhinos once numbered in the thousands across Southeast Asia, but have been hard hit by rampant poaching and human encroachment on their habitats.