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Poaching going on in wildlife sanctuary


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New Zealand facing fine, possible expulsion

New Zealand could be hit with a heavy fine and possible expulsion from the International Rugby Board world sevens series after fielding two players who had previously played for Samoa.


A gibbon haven

Environmental NGOs heaved a sigh of relief when the Cabinet imposed a ban on heli-logging in the Ulu Muda Forest Reserve, Kedah last year. LEONG SIOK HUI found out why it was worth all the fuss.


Mercenary business

FOOTBALLCHANNEL.COM probes the reasons behind Eriksson's decision to stay on.


Rethinking captive breeding

IT IS a perplexing question: What do we do with our dwindling population of wild Sumatran rhinos? Captive breeding, once thought to be the best way to save the species, has proved to be a costly experiment.


No more wild guesses on number of tigers

B>DHAKA:/BBetter late than never. After a lot of demands from conservationists, wildlife experts embarked on the first ever comprehensive census of Royal Bengal Tigers inhabiting the world's biggest mangrove forest.

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News briefs: 'Teacher goes naked online', 'Chocolate-y way to rob', 'Starry bid to save animals' and 'Escaped tiger returns to zoo'.


Valuing our apes

THE past few years have seen a dramatic crash in the great apes population, with gorillas facing extinction, and orang utans and chimpanzees becoming increasingly threatened.


Forests still under threat

DESIGNATING forests as protected areas is not a foolproof way of safeguarding biodiversity as they continue to be threatened by illegal logging, poaching, agricultural encroachments and over-harvesting of non-timber products.

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Defoe can be Spurs’ new Lineker or Allen, says boss Pleat

New Tottenham Hotspur striker Jermain Defoe is a classic goal poacher in the mould of prolific former Spurs forwards Gary Lineker and Clive Allen, caretaker manager David Pleat said Monday.