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SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Ranger Atul Deokar's walkie-talkie crackled one October night. He heard his colleagues' panicked voices shouting for back-up: They had been surrounded by 70 villagers armed with axes and sharpened sticks and demanding to hunt in India's protected Pench Tiger Reserve.
Standing under a thick green canopy in coastal Kenya’s Shim Hills, Mohamed Mwaramuno squints at his fellow forest ranger’s smartphone.
TAWAU: Stiffer penalties for wildlife crimes are no deterrent if there is no strict enforcement, says former state Tourism, Culture and Environment minister Datuk Christina Liew.
LENGGONG (Bernama): Wildlife traffickers in the country, especially poachers, will face fines of up to RM1mil once amendments to existing laws are passed and implemented by the government, said Energy and Natural Resources Minister Datuk Seri Dr Shamsul Anuar Nasarah.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Thursday (March 25)
Indonesia on Thursday sank four illegal Vietnamese-flagged fishing vessels on Datok Island waters, West Borneo (West Kalimantan province), according to an official.
As a small girl, Trang Nguyen saw a bear stabbed through the chest with a giant needle at her neighbour's house in northern Vietnam.
African swine fever isn't dangerous to humans but it is more than capable of decimating the wild pig population in Sabah.
THE birth of twin Malayan tigers at the Night Safari last December – the first in over two decades – has revived Singapore’s effort to breed the critically endangered subspecies.