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SOFIA (Reuters) - Two white tigers have made their first public appearance at the Sofia Zoo, which has reopened after being closed for two months because of the coronavirus.
Balloons floating 12 miles over northern Mozambique are planned to provide the remote and violence-prone region with stable Internet connections, according to Google’s parent company, Alphabet, and local mobile telecoms provider Vodacom.
PETALING JAYA: Four elephants were used on a three-day journey through the Krau wildlife reserve in Pahang to help deliver food essentials to the Che Wong Orang Asli villages deep in the jungle.
As airports and borders closed to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, Africa’s wildlife tourism sector evaporated, along with revenues many conservation projects rely on to protect some of the continent’s most endangered animals.
TAOS, N.M. (Reuters) - David Elliot first thought of shooting an elk to help feed family and friends back in January when the United States reported its first novel coronavirus case.
TAIPING: The Taiping Zoo and Night Safari has welcomed three Malayan tiger (Panthera tigris jacksoni) cubs.
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government has praised law enforcement personnel involved in recent arrests of suspects involved in wildlife poaching in central Sabah’s Tongod district and east coast Tawau.
Ahead of Earth Day on Apr 22, scientists says the Malayan tiger is now threatened by a canine disease.
The world's preeminent tiger expert weighs in on how to protect our wild tigers from canine distemper disease.