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IT IS always a life or death situation for animal rescuer Francis Poh, as one wrong move may just kill him.
A letter from JH, Seremban.
ONE way to escape the sweltering heat in the city and at the same time, take in Mother Nature’s beauty, is by sitting in a dark, air-conditioned room surrounded by fireflies.
Engaging local communities in stopping the wildlife trade means providing them with alternate sources of income that does not depend on the jungles where they live.
Hanoi: Sausages, grapes, milk and mooncakes are laid at the gravestones of beloved cats and dogs at Hanoi’s pet cemetery – an earthly feast for the souls of dead animals believed to return from the afterlife for a meal to mark ghost month.
Singapore: Singapore said it will impose a blanket ban on the sale of elephant ivory and products from 2021 as the government tightens its campaign against illegal wildlife trade.
Hanoi: Dozens of live pangolins smuggled from Laos were discovered “dehydrated and weak” on a bus in central Vietnam, police and conservationists said, in a country where the endangered mammals are a highly-prized delicacy.
ANLONG VENG: As a Buddhist monk, Khoeum Saray’s day is governed by a ritual of prayer, meditation, alms and temple chores. With one big exception – he also patrols a sprawling Cambodian forest and shows villagers how to protect it.
Hanoi: Fifty-five pieces of rhino horn were found encased in plaster at an airport in the Vietnamese capital, said the authorities, as the country tries to crack down on sophisticated wildlife smuggling Routes.
HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnam said it has seized more than 125 kg (275 lb) of rhino horns hidden in plaster blocks and shipped from United Arab Emirates, the latest large-scale wildlife trafficking case in Southeast Asia.