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Q and a with Sumatran Rhino Expert John Payne

In 2019, the last Sumatran rhinoceros died in Malaysia. Her name was Iman and since her capture in 2014, she had been in the custody of the Bornean Rhino Alliance (BORA), led by Managing director John Payne, in the Malaysian state of Sabah. After his passed away, Payne, who had been working with Sumatran rhinos […]

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Long Dead Tasmanian Tiger Is Still Alive and Roaming

The “quite unique” wolf-like Tasmanian tigers that thrived on the Island of Tasmania before becoming extinct in 1936 may have survived in the wild for much longer than previously thought, according to research. There is also a small possibility that they are still alive today, experts say. Tasmanian tigers, also known as Thylacine (Thylacinus cynocephalus), […]

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Nepal Tiger Conflicts Large Prey May Be Feeding

Until just a few months ago, residents of Geruwa, a rural community in western Nepal, rushed to their homes before dark and locked themselves in the house. Only in this way were they able to protect themselves and their livestock from the tigers that roamed in this area on the outskirts of the Bardiya National […]

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Honey Creation Improves Snow Panther Protection in Kyrgyzstan

“I was only 9 years old when I first saw a snow leopard with my father. It was a forest ranger who took issue animals found in the mountains to the veterinarian,” says Asanbek Sasukilov, 62, a beekeeper and shepherd. “I sat down by the cage. Suddenly the snow leopard started roaring and I ran […]