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LONDON (Reuters) -An eight-year-old alpaca named Geronimo, who was at the centre of a legal row with the British government and whose plight triggered a nationwide campaign to keep him alive, has been killed after twice testing positive for bovine tuberculosis.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Sniffer dogs are being used at border checkpoints to detect the smuggling of endangered animals, and items such as elephant ivory and pangolin scales, to further clamp down on wildlife smuggling.
BEIJING (Global Times): The lab-leak theory, that Covid-19 was leaked from a laboratory, has once again caused a clamour since the beginning of this year, months after the argument was thrown into the trash can of conspiracy theories by an overwhelming number of scientists.
Maqis seize sixteen containers of dried coconut from Papua New Guinea worth almost RM800,000 in Pasir Gudang
PASIR GUDANG: A total of 16 containers of dried coconut worth almost RM800,000 from Papua New Guinea have been seized at the Pasir Gudang port here.
Imagine a day when crops are able to tell you they are thirsty or when you can instruct a plant to delicately pick up an item.
HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): New Zealand and Vietnam on Wednesday (Feb 24)added a new link to their flourishing agriculture relationship by signing an Agriculture Cooperation Arrangement at the first New Zealand – Vietnam Agricultural Dialogue.
HO CHI MINH CITY (Vietnam News/ANN): Vietnamese enterprises must be well prepared for legal issues if they seek to export to the US market, a seminar heard in HCM City last week.
NAIROBI, Dec. 11 (Xinhua) -- Scientists at the Nairobi-based International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (Icipe) have turned to wasps to fight Tuta absoluta, a highly destructive tomato pest that was detected for the first time in Africa in 2008 and has since spread rapidly across the continent.
NAIROBI, Nov. 25 (Xinhua) -- On the farm at the government research station in Kibos, western Kenya, hundreds of maize plants stand tall.
NAIROBI, Nov. 20 (Xinhua) -- Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta said on Friday his government will nurture scientific talent in creating wealth and employment opportunities in the country.