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By John Flesher, Associated Press
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a new alertness to anti-poaching patrols in Africa, and a new fear.
By Joe Mwihia, Associated Press
The decision has elicited anger from wildlife protection groups who warn hunting could decimate elephant populations and be blow to tourism.
By Cara Anna, Associated Press
It’s estimated that there are fewer than 4,000 tigers remaining in the wild today, compared to roughly 100,000 in the early 1900s. More tigers now live in captivity than in the wild, and many of those live in so-called “tiger…
The poaching of African elephants, where they are murdered for their ivory tusks, is well-documented. But halfway around world in Myanmar, their cousins are 10 times more endangered and facing a new serious threat. Poachers are taking the skin of…
By Nsikan Akpan
By John Yang
One of the world’s most endangered species, the sea turtle, is under threat from human encroachment and poaching. But a conservation biologist has developed a strategy that could help save them. By placing 3D-printed eggs with GPS trackers in nesting…
By Jane Ferguson
Widespread illegal poaching in the African wild is threatening elephants and putting them at risk of disappearing in 10 to 15 years. Using some of the same techniques developed to fight terrorism, a new intelligence-led effort spearheaded by a U.S.
By Gretchen Frazee
A new international agreement plans to ban the trade of the world's most trafficked animal: the pangolin.
By Elif Koc
More than 115 tons of elephant and rhino tusks confiscated by authorities were set ablaze in Kenya on Saturday to draw attention to the country's continued fight against poaching.
By PBS NewsHour
With rhinoceros horn now more valuable than gold on the black market, poaching has reached unprecedented levels. Some wildlife preserves in Africa resemble war zones, as rangers struggle to keep pace with poachers, who may have ties to terrorist groups.
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