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Pangolins, the most trafficked mammal in the world, could go extinct

Did you know that pangolins are the most trafficked mammal in the world? Stop eating its meat and using useless meds based on its scales!

Off The Beat: On the falcon’s crest in Doha, Qatar

An attempt to get a bird's eye view of an ancient tradition instead yields something more profound - witnessing friendship between a man and his feathered friend.

Tiger, tiger, burning ... not so bright anymore

The latest estimates say there is no question that the Malayan tiger the animal that graces Malaysia’s coat of arms, that is the badge of our national football team, Harimau Malaya, is on the brink of extinction.

Poaching is the biggest threat Malaysia’s tigers face

Thanks to the popularity of tiger parts in Chinese traditional medicine, poachers slip across our borders to lay snares for the animals.

Nepal counted its big cats and is very happy with the numbers

With local community members playing crucial roles in protecting the tigers of Nepal, the big cats' population is growing and retreating from the edge of extinction.

It's no tall tale – giraffes are now in danger of extinction

The giraffe, the tallest land animal, is now at risk of extinction, biologists say. Its population has shrunk nearly 40 percent in just 30 years, and scientists have put it on the official watch list of threatened and endangered species worldwide, calling it “vulnerable.”

The Bateq people: Protectors of Taman Negara

Meet the Bateq, a simple and honest people who are very much a part of the Taman Negara ecosystem.

3 ways baking soda makes food rise and shine

When baking soda and an acidic ingredient get together, be prepared for an effervescent reaction.

Stop buying pangolin scales – you’re killing them off

The pangolin species is being decimated by the demand for its scales, yet there are alternatives that are safer and not as harmful to the planet's threatened species.

11 black rhinos died & no one knows who's to blame

The massive failure of the tanslocation exercise is just one sign of the beginning 'a very, very dark time for Kenya' and its wildlife.