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The coat of a Doberman might shine in a wonderful blue-black, while sweet little Labrador pups can have a silvery shimmer. But animal rights activists warn real animal lovers to steer clear of buying a dog with such a coat.
YANGON, July 11, 2020 (AFP): Conservationists have warned a sudden change in Myanmar's law allowing the commercial farming of tigers, pangolins and other endangered species risks further fuelling demand in China for rare wildlife products.
Jakarta, July 11 (AFP): Indonesian doctor Susana Somali and her staff cut tightly-bound plastic ropes off dozens of whimpering dogs rescued from the butcher's block after being sold or abandoned during the coronavirus pandemic.
PHNOM PENH, July 11 (Xinhua): A total of 234,291 snares had been removed from five protected areas in Cambodia between 2010 and 2019, said a World Wildlife Fund (WWF)-Cambodia's press statement on Saturday.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - The coronavirus pandemic has exposed a clash among medical experts over disease transmission that stretches back nearly a century - to the very origins of germ theory.
Many wildlife species on the brink of disappearing due to human activities such as mining, illegal logging, poaching and commercial fishing
KUALA LUMPUR: Former SRC International Sdn Bhd managing director and CEO Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil is hiding in Hong Kong, says Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador.
(Reuters) - If the Trump administration carries out the first federal execution since 2003 on Monday, as scheduled, it will mark the culmination of a three-year campaign to line up a secret supply chain to make and test lethal-injection drugs, a Reuters investigation has found.
BANGKOK, July 10 (The Nation Thailand/ANN): The Department of Foreign Trade (DFT) is monitoring the situation after British supermarkets banned Thai coconut products in response to a People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta) report claiming that Thailand was abusing monkeys in the coconut industry.
VIENNA (Reuters) - The illegal global trade in ivory has shrunk while the trafficking of pangolins has soared, a U.N. report on wildlife crime based on four years' data said on Friday.