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Fatu seems unaware of all the hopes that have been pinned on her. An international syndicate led by Thomas Hildebrandt from the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research, Germany, is trying to save the species from extinction.
South African animal preservationists are turning to radioactive substances as a way to reduce the horns' value and make them easier to detect.
A herd of elephants has been wandering hundreds of kilometres through populated areas in China for months. However, no one knows why they left their nature reserve – and whether they'll ever head back.
There's a new baby sun bear at the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre in Sabah.
Sea Shepherd embarks on long-term conservation effort to protect these aquatic mammals.
African swine fever isn't dangerous to humans but it is more than capable of decimating the wild pig population in Sabah.
While the white-rumped shama is the most trafficked songbird, other Malaysian species are also catching the eye of enthusiasts and being illegally trapped and sold.
A fowl trade on the rise is emptying forests in Malaysia and the region of the lovely sounds of the murai batu as poachers catch them to sell to Indonesian bird enthusiasts.
A scientific expedition into the Panti Bird Sanctuary turns up a host of ecological treasures that have no business thriving at this level on a mountain.
The 30-member team grapples with sexist stereotypes in ultra-conservative Aceh province, and authorities who are indifferent to the environmental destruction wrought by illegal logging and land clearance for the region's many coffee plantations.