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- Zero Poaching: The Rhino Success Story In Nepal
- “We can celebrate the greater one-horned rhino as one of the biggest success stories in Asia,” says WWF's Nilanga Jayasinghe. Courtesy: World Wildlife Fund. ...
- Elephants & ivory
- India possesses the largest population of Asian Elephants, with approximately 26,000-30,000 animals, followed by Myanmar, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Thailand. There are approximately 40,000-50,000 Asian elephants, however this is thought to be a fairly ...
- 10 Cute Animals To Celebrate World Wildlife Day
- 5. Elephant. The most urgent threat to elephants is large-scale poaching to supply the illegal ivory trade.
- Here's how we could use Jurassic Park-style technology to bring back an
- Scientists divide them into three different subspecies: Northern Eurasian, Southern Asian, and North African. The Eurasian ... The same concept has been proposed for bringing back the woolly mammoth, using an Asian elephant as a surrogate.
- World Wildlife Day, March 3 - Act Now to Save the African Elephant
- March 3 marks World Wildlife Day - an event established by the United Nations in December 2013 in honour of the adoption of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). This year's theme focuses on the ...
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