Zwei Westliche Weißbrauengibbons in Indien ausgewildert

Jun 14 2017
Zwei Westliche Weißbrauengibbons in Indien ausgewildert

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Tsavo elephant census reveals population back above 12,000

Jun 22 2017
Members of the Kenya Wildlife Service look out over Tsavo Conservation Area and

Members of the Kenya Wildlife Service look out over Tsavo Conservation Area and an elephant herd.Elephant numbers are on the rise in the Tsavo Conservation Area. After reviewing data collected in the ten-day aerial elephant census conducted this February, the elephant population there has risen to 12,866.

Tsavo elephant census reveals population back above 12,000

Jun 22 2017
Members of the Kenya Wildlife Service look out over Tsavo Conservation Area and

Members of the Kenya Wildlife Service look out over Tsavo Conservation Area and an elephant herd.Elephant numbers are on the rise in the Tsavo Conservation Area. After reviewing data collected in the ten-day aerial elephant census conducted this February, the elephant population there has risen to 12,866.

Tsavo elephant census reveals population back above 12,000

Jun 22 2017
Members of the Kenya Wildlife Service look out over Tsavo Conservation Area and

Members of the Kenya Wildlife Service look out over Tsavo Conservation Area and an elephant herd.Elephant numbers are on the rise in the Tsavo Conservation Area. After reviewing data collected in the ten-day aerial elephant census conducted this February, the elephant population there has risen to 12,866.

Tsavo elephant census reveals population back above 12,000

Jun 22 2017
Members of the Kenya Wildlife Service look out over Tsavo Conservation Area and

Members of the Kenya Wildlife Service look out over Tsavo Conservation Area and an elephant herd.Elephant numbers are on the rise in the Tsavo Conservation Area. After reviewing data collected in the ten-day aerial elephant census conducted this February, the elephant population there has risen to 12,866.

Tsavo elephant census reveals population back above 12,000

Jun 22 2017
Members of the Kenya Wildlife Service look out over Tsavo Conservation Area and

Members of the Kenya Wildlife Service look out over Tsavo Conservation Area and an elephant herd.Elephant numbers are on the rise in the Tsavo Conservation Area. After reviewing data collected in the ten-day aerial elephant census conducted this February, the elephant population there has risen to 12,866.

Tsavo elephant census reveals population back above 12,000

Jun 22 2017
Members of the Kenya Wildlife Service look out over Tsavo Conservation Area and

Members of the Kenya Wildlife Service look out over Tsavo Conservation Area and an elephant herd.Elephant numbers are on the rise in the Tsavo Conservation Area. After reviewing data collected in the ten-day aerial elephant census conducted this February, the elephant population there has risen to 12,866.

Japanese Parliament has commercial whaling in its sight

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Jun 21 2017
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Further to reports that the Diet (Japanese Parliament) yesterday passed a bill which expresses the Government's desire to resume commercial whaling; IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare), urges the Japanese Government to finally abandon its dying whaling industry and fully support humane whale watching instead.
 
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Press Contact: 
Rebekka Thompson-Jones, IFAW Oceania
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+61 2 9288 4973
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India reveals massive illegal online trade in endangered Monitor lizards

Publication Date: 
Jun 21 2017
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Yet another bizarre online trade in animal parts was revealed today, as Indian investigators announced they had uncovered massive evidence of the trade in endangered monitor lizards for their unusual “forked” penises.

Hatha Jodi, are touted as a ‘rare root’ and powerful charm by occult practitioners in India. They are sold openly on main mainstream e-commerce websites.

Press Location: 
New Delhi, India
Press Contact
Press Contact: 
Christina Pretorius, IFAW Southern Africa
Jose Louies, Chief–Wildlife Crime Control Division, Wildlife Trust of India
Contact phone: 
+27 82 330 2558
+91 9745003075