Endangered Animals


'Endangered Animals' - 26 News Result(s)

  • Six Men Arrested In Vietnam For Killing, Eating Endangered Monkey

    Six Men Arrested In Vietnam For Killing, Eating Endangered Monkey

    Six men were arrested in central Vietnam for killing and eating an endangered monkey while livestreaming it on a social media site, the police said Friday

  • Smiling At Danger, China's Finless Porpoise Fights To Survive

    Smiling At Danger, China's Finless Porpoise Fights To Survive

    In an oxbow lake along the middle reaches of the Yangtze River, a breathy sigh pierces the surface stillness as one of China's most endangered animals comes up for a gulp of hazy air.

  • In Madhya Pradesh, Man Arrested For Allegedly Killing Blackbuck

    In Madhya Pradesh, Man Arrested For Allegedly Killing Blackbuck

    Acting on a tip-off, the police raided a hideout in Kharpa village last evening and arrested the man, identified as Farooq, for killing the endangered animal in a forest area, Kannod police station in-charge Vishwadeep Singh Parihar said.

  • Baby Turtle Poops Plastic After Swallowing It In The Ocean

    Baby Turtle Poops Plastic After Swallowing It In The Ocean

    A heartbreaking video released by an Australian zoo shows a pile of plastic next to a baby turtle that had swallowed it in the ocean. The turtle has been pooping out plastic, says the zoo. The video comes with a stern reminder from Perth Zoo: "reduce your use of plastic and dispose of it responsibly."

  • Romeo, World's Loneliest Frog, Is Finally Feelin' The Love

    Romeo, World's Loneliest Frog, Is Finally Feelin' The Love

    In the end, Romeo the lonesome Bolivian frog found more love than he could have imagined. A campaign to raise $15,000 by Valentine's Day to fund a search for Romeo's Juliet before he croaks generated $25,000. Romeo is the last known frog of his kind. Global Wildlife Conservation teamed with dating website Match and the Bolivian Amphibian Initiative...

  • Dogs Trained To Sniff Out Endangered Species In Australia

    Dogs Trained To Sniff Out Endangered Species In Australia

    Australian dogs are being trained to sniff out the droppings of endangered animals in a scheme that offers greater understanding of threatened species through the less-intrusive method of canine tracking.

  • 350 Animals In Darjeeling Zoo Face Shutdown Heat

    350 Animals In Darjeeling Zoo Face Shutdown Heat

    Over 350 zoo inmates of a specialised zoo located in Darjeeling, known for its conservation and breeding programmes of highly endangered animals, are facing the heat of the ongoing shutdown with food supplies fast drying up.

  • Indonesia Seizes Pangolins, Scales Worth $190,000

    Indonesia Seizes Pangolins, Scales Worth $190,000

    Indonesian authorities have seized hundreds of critically endangered pangolins and scales in a haul worth $190,000 after uncovering a major smuggling operation, an official said Wednesday.

  • Shy Pangolins Need World Spotlight To Survive

    Shy Pangolins Need World Spotlight To Survive

    Reclusive, gentle and quick to roll up into a ball, pangolins keep a low profile.

  • Why Twitter is Trolling Tiger Shroff on International Tiger Day

    Why Twitter is Trolling Tiger Shroff on International Tiger Day

    Twitter pointed out the folly of Tiger Shroff comparing himself to the 1700-odd severely endangered animals that make up India's current population of actual tigers

  • China Giant Panda Gives Birth To Twins

    China Giant Panda Gives Birth To Twins

    A giant panda in China has given birth to two cubs, conservation authorities said, the first twins of the critically endangered species this year even though multiple births are common.

  • Thai Monks, Who Charged Tourists $17 For Tiger Selfies, Kept 40 Dead Cubs In Temple Freezer

    Thai Monks, Who Charged Tourists $17 For Tiger Selfies, Kept 40 Dead Cubs In Temple Freezer

    When Thai officials cracked open a freezer in the Buddhist monastery's kitchen on Wednesday, they were greeted by a blast of chill air and an unnerving sight: the bodies of 40 frozen tiger cubs. In any other kitchen in any other monastery, dozens of dead endangered animals in cold storage would be a completely bizarre sight.

  • Endangered Tigers Under Threat In Indian Forest That Inspired 'Jungle Book'

    Endangered Tigers Under Threat In Indian Forest That Inspired 'Jungle Book'

    Poaching, loss of forest, encroaching development and a booming market in smuggled tiger parts in China continue to threaten the endangered animals, experts say, despite the encouraging comeback.

  • Sumatran Elephant Found With Leg Almost Severed By Rope

    Sumatran Elephant Found With Leg Almost Severed By Rope

    A Sumatran elephant calf lies stricken in the jungle in Indonesia as conservationists fight to remove a rope tightly wound around its leg that almost caused the critically endangered animal to lose a limb.

  • On The Forefront of Wildlife Conservation, Are Pictures

    On The Forefront of Wildlife Conservation, Are Pictures

    It's World Wildlife Week, and for many city dwellers, the closest they come to wildlife are stunning images in photographs, as photographers play an extremely important role in wildlife conservation. India's handsome national animal, the tiger, is certainly a superb brand ambassador for the conservation of Indian wildlife.

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'Endangered Animals' - 26 News Result(s)

  • Six Men Arrested In Vietnam For Killing, Eating Endangered Monkey

    Six Men Arrested In Vietnam For Killing, Eating Endangered Monkey

    Six men were arrested in central Vietnam for killing and eating an endangered monkey while livestreaming it on a social media site, the police said Friday

  • Smiling At Danger, China's Finless Porpoise Fights To Survive

    Smiling At Danger, China's Finless Porpoise Fights To Survive

    In an oxbow lake along the middle reaches of the Yangtze River, a breathy sigh pierces the surface stillness as one of China's most endangered animals comes up for a gulp of hazy air.

  • In Madhya Pradesh, Man Arrested For Allegedly Killing Blackbuck

    In Madhya Pradesh, Man Arrested For Allegedly Killing Blackbuck

    Acting on a tip-off, the police raided a hideout in Kharpa village last evening and arrested the man, identified as Farooq, for killing the endangered animal in a forest area, Kannod police station in-charge Vishwadeep Singh Parihar said.

  • Baby Turtle Poops Plastic After Swallowing It In The Ocean

    Baby Turtle Poops Plastic After Swallowing It In The Ocean

    A heartbreaking video released by an Australian zoo shows a pile of plastic next to a baby turtle that had swallowed it in the ocean. The turtle has been pooping out plastic, says the zoo. The video comes with a stern reminder from Perth Zoo: "reduce your use of plastic and dispose of it responsibly."

  • Romeo, World's Loneliest Frog, Is Finally Feelin' The Love

    Romeo, World's Loneliest Frog, Is Finally Feelin' The Love

    In the end, Romeo the lonesome Bolivian frog found more love than he could have imagined. A campaign to raise $15,000 by Valentine's Day to fund a search for Romeo's Juliet before he croaks generated $25,000. Romeo is the last known frog of his kind. Global Wildlife Conservation teamed with dating website Match and the Bolivian Amphibian Initiative...

  • Dogs Trained To Sniff Out Endangered Species In Australia

    Dogs Trained To Sniff Out Endangered Species In Australia

    Australian dogs are being trained to sniff out the droppings of endangered animals in a scheme that offers greater understanding of threatened species through the less-intrusive method of canine tracking.

  • 350 Animals In Darjeeling Zoo Face Shutdown Heat

    350 Animals In Darjeeling Zoo Face Shutdown Heat

    Over 350 zoo inmates of a specialised zoo located in Darjeeling, known for its conservation and breeding programmes of highly endangered animals, are facing the heat of the ongoing shutdown with food supplies fast drying up.

  • Indonesia Seizes Pangolins, Scales Worth $190,000

    Indonesia Seizes Pangolins, Scales Worth $190,000

    Indonesian authorities have seized hundreds of critically endangered pangolins and scales in a haul worth $190,000 after uncovering a major smuggling operation, an official said Wednesday.

  • Shy Pangolins Need World Spotlight To Survive

    Shy Pangolins Need World Spotlight To Survive

    Reclusive, gentle and quick to roll up into a ball, pangolins keep a low profile.

  • Why Twitter is Trolling Tiger Shroff on International Tiger Day

    Why Twitter is Trolling Tiger Shroff on International Tiger Day

    Twitter pointed out the folly of Tiger Shroff comparing himself to the 1700-odd severely endangered animals that make up India's current population of actual tigers

  • China Giant Panda Gives Birth To Twins

    China Giant Panda Gives Birth To Twins

    A giant panda in China has given birth to two cubs, conservation authorities said, the first twins of the critically endangered species this year even though multiple births are common.

  • Thai Monks, Who Charged Tourists $17 For Tiger Selfies, Kept 40 Dead Cubs In Temple Freezer

    Thai Monks, Who Charged Tourists $17 For Tiger Selfies, Kept 40 Dead Cubs In Temple Freezer

    When Thai officials cracked open a freezer in the Buddhist monastery's kitchen on Wednesday, they were greeted by a blast of chill air and an unnerving sight: the bodies of 40 frozen tiger cubs. In any other kitchen in any other monastery, dozens of dead endangered animals in cold storage would be a completely bizarre sight.

  • Endangered Tigers Under Threat In Indian Forest That Inspired 'Jungle Book'

    Endangered Tigers Under Threat In Indian Forest That Inspired 'Jungle Book'

    Poaching, loss of forest, encroaching development and a booming market in smuggled tiger parts in China continue to threaten the endangered animals, experts say, despite the encouraging comeback.

  • Sumatran Elephant Found With Leg Almost Severed By Rope

    Sumatran Elephant Found With Leg Almost Severed By Rope

    A Sumatran elephant calf lies stricken in the jungle in Indonesia as conservationists fight to remove a rope tightly wound around its leg that almost caused the critically endangered animal to lose a limb.

  • On The Forefront of Wildlife Conservation, Are Pictures

    On The Forefront of Wildlife Conservation, Are Pictures

    It's World Wildlife Week, and for many city dwellers, the closest they come to wildlife are stunning images in photographs, as photographers play an extremely important role in wildlife conservation. India's handsome national animal, the tiger, is certainly a superb brand ambassador for the conservation of Indian wildlife.

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