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JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia has decided it does not need to close the eastern island of Komodo next year as planned because its population of rare Komodo dragons is relatively stable and not under threat, the environment minister said on Monday.
KOTA KINABALU: A reward of RM20,000 is being offered for any credible information that leads to the arrest of the poachers involved in the brutal killing of an adult bull elephant in Sungai Udin, Tawau.
LIWONDE, Malawi (Reuters) - Britain's Prince Harry will join an anti-poaching patrol with local park rangers in Malawi on Monday to highlight conservation work, another leg of his family's southern African trip.
MIRI: Public tip-offs on social media have led the Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC) to rescue a rare hornbill kept illegally by a resident of a village in the Limbang district in northern Sarawak.
PETALING JAYA: Deforestation and illegal wildlife trafficking are affecting Malaysia’s biodiversity but the greatest threat to the local ecology is public apathy, says Dr Chris Shepherd.
KOTA KINABALU: Graft investigators are looking at the wider picture of environmental protection even as they battle corruption and abuse among departments involved in managing natural resources.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian border guards detained three North Korean fishing vessels and 262 crew members for poaching in waters that Moscow considers its exclusive economic zone, the Interfax news agency reported on Friday.
KOTA KINABALU: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) is working towards developing a full strategy to go after those involved in environment-related corruption, says Latheefa Koya.
EXCLUSIVE: R.AGE undercover investigations expose international smuggling ring for endangered pangolins
PETALING JAYA: A global investigative report has alleged that as many as a dozen Malaysian policemen are playing a key part in the international smuggling trade for pangolins, the endangered species widely considered the world’s most trafficked mammal.
Sanma – or saury – has also grown increasingly popular outside Japan, due to its relatively low cost and the health benefits of its unsaturated fatty acids Hauls at Japanese ports have been in decline for years, prompting the industry to impose limits on catches even before this season set record lows