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JAKARTA (Reuters) - A Bornean orangutan found on an Indonesian palm plantation has been rescued and returned to the forest, a conservation group said on Wednesday, the latest example of how habitat loss is piling pressure on the critically endangered animal in the wild.
SEPANG: The authorities are studying the possibility of including whipping as one of the penalties in future amendments to an anti-poaching law.
SEPANG: In a move against poaching and illegal hunting, all OCPDs nationwide have been given a month to submit reports of any unlawful sale of exotic animals in shops and restaurants.
Wildlife Act with harsher sentences for poachers to be tabled in next Parliament session, says Perhilitan DG
SEPANG: The Wildlife Conservation Act 2010, which is expected to be amended to impose harsher sentences for poachers, would be tabled in the next Parliament session, says Datuk Abdul Kadir Abu Hashim.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Scientists racing to save the northern white rhino from extinction have harvested 10 more eggs from the last two females alive which they hope will help create viable embryos that can be incubated by other rhinos acting as surrogates.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Two critically endangered orangutans have been rescued from captivity on Indonesia's Java island and sent to a rehabilitation centre on Borneo to assess whether they can be released back into the wild, a conservation group said.
NAIROBI, Aug. 13 (Xinhua) -- Kenya has embarked on retooling of national conservation programs for iconic wildlife species amid evolving threats to their survival linked to pathogens, invasive species, shrinking habitat and climatic shocks.
AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK, Kenya (Reuters) - Kenya's elephant numbers more than doubled between 1989 and 2018, thanks to increased anti-poaching efforts, the tourism minister said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - A federal judge in New York on Tuesday sided with environmental groups in striking down a Trump administration decision to roll back U.S. government protections for migratory birds that made it illegal for nearly 50 years to inadvertently kill them.