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Thai fined for violating wildlife protection laws

A Thai national was fined a total of RM1,400 at the Gua Musang Magistrate Court on Wednesday for three violations of the Wildlife Protection Act 1972.


Milky storks released without re-introduction

The release of four pairs of milky storks into the wilds of the Matang mangrove forest in Perak on Sunday did not adhere to globally accepted rules on re-introduction of captive-bred animals.


Congress reeling from Yadav fiasco

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav survived an attempt to sack him and withdrew his party's support for the government, putting Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in a vulnerable position.


Food feng shui

There's nothing like a balanced diet to put you on the right track to good health.


Responsible consumption

A wildlife group has named five foods to avoid during the festivities.


Rare white tiger triplets born at Argentine zoo

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Three rare white tiger cubs delighted visitors at the Buenos Aires zoo on Thursday, tumbling in the grass of their enclosure in their first public appearance since being born late last year.


Prized commodity

When tuckinginto a dish ofabalone thisfestive season,bear in mindthat theshellfish isdiminishing inthe wild due tooverharvesting.


A sanctuary for whom?

India's forgotten tribes gain rights over forests but some fear that they will poach wild animals and degrade the habitat.


Lost in greenery

When the rest of the country was gasping forair during the haze, there were a lucky fewwho revelled in clean air in one of the lastvirgin forests of Malaysia.


Saving the tiger

Tiger habitats have shrunk but preserving priority landscapes, stopping poaching and stemming illegal trade can save the species.