World’s smallest ungulate, lost for 30 years, found tiptoeing in Vietnam forest

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Photos of the world’s 25 most endangered primates

Meet the primate species that are among the most endangered on the planet, and the most in need of conservation measures.

In last-ditch effort, scientists create embryos of almost extinct rhinos

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Scientists may have just saved the northern white rhino from extinction

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Nearly 600 suspects arrested in largest anti-wildlife-trafficking operation ever

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Grandmother, grandfather among rare whales who’ve died in 3 weeks

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‘Sides of a Horn’ reveals the human cost of rhino poaching

New short narrative film strives to deepen the global discussion around the illegal wildlife trade.

Elephant poaching declines in Africa, but 15,000 still illegally killed each year

Even though there has been notable progress, at current poaching rates elephants are still in danger of becoming virtually extinct on the continent.

Brazil’s agriculture minister wants to scrap endangered marine species list

It's having a negative effect on the fishing industry, he claims.

European Bison free to remain in the wild after court decision

Ruling protects the organization behind a unique project to re-establish European bison in the wild

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