Officials in the Kenyan port city of Mombasa have impounded more than 600 pieces of ivory, weighing two tonnes, officials said on Tuesday.
Vegetated drainage ditches can help capture pesticide and nutrient loads in field runoff, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists report. These ditches—as common in the country as the fields they drain—give farmers ...
A research team from Fauna & Flora International's (FFI) Vietnam primate programme has observed a record number of the Critically Endangered cao vit gibbon. During a two-week census survey, the team (led by biologists Nguyen ...
Could there be more biological treasures awaiting discovery in Asia's limestone cave systems?
Mountain gorillas now the only great ape with clear signs of increasing population despite continued pressure on habitat
A census of mountain gorillas released today has confirmed an increase in the population of the species.
Amphibians are the vertebrate group that is more likely to become roadkill in Catalonia, even more so than reptiles, mammals and birds. This is the case according to an international team of scientists who have concluded ...
The question of whether to extend a trade ban on African ivory is set for a vote at the next meeting of UN wildlife trade regulator CITES, the organisation said Friday.
(Phys.org)—University of Florida researchers studying river turtles in Missouri found populations of the northern map turtle have not recovered from harvesting in the 1970s.
A Sumatran elephant in the Conservation Response Unit (CRU) in Aceh Jaya district, Aceh gave birth to a female calf early Tuesday morning.