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Three of India's natural world heritage sites face threat from harmful activity: WWF
Times of India

Three heritage sites face threat from harmful activity: WWF

India's three major natural World Heritage Sites - the Western Ghats, Sundarbans National Park and Manas Wildlife Sanctuary - are facing threats from harmful industrial activities like mining, according to a latest survey by World Wildlife Fund ... The Echo Of India, 2 weeks ago

Global tiger population up for first time in decades

day before Prime Minister Narendra Modi's inauguration of the third Asian Tigers meet on Tuesday, World Wildlife Fund and Global Tiger Forum on Monday said that the number of wild tigers has increased to 3,890 from the earlier figure of 3200. ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago How Wildlife Trade Thrives Globally  Kashmir Observer2 days ago Let's do all we can for our tigers  New Straits Times1 week ago Big cat population up by 690  The Hindu2 weeks ago

Glossing over tiger numbers

ON April 10, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and Global Tiger Forum (GTF) issued a report stating that the world's wild tiger population was on the rise, and on track for a doubling in a decade ( We do ... week ago Tiger Recovery Called Into Question By Biologists  Vocativ1 week ago Experts from Across Globe Trash WWF, GTF Report on Tiger Population  New Indian Express2 weeks ago Question mark on tiger jump forecast  Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Visit Indian Wildlife Rescue Center

/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW ) and the Wildlife Trust of India ( ) welcomed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to the Center for Wildlife Rehabilitation and ...
 Bloomberg2 weeks ago Baby rhino found in Indian forest nursed back ...  Qatar Peninsula1 month ago

Why Should Baby Pandas Get All the Love?

Late last year, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world's largest independent conservation organization, released " Ten to Watch in 2010 ", a list of endangered species facing natural and man-made threats around the world. Animals include the polar ...
 Mother Jones2 weeks ago
MSN India

Rare camera trap images from the World Wildlife Fund

On Feb. 11, the World Wildlife Fund released extraordinary camera trap images of some of the shyest animals in Africa. We take a look at some of these amazing images.
 MSN India1 month ago
Asian Scientist

Switch Off For Earth Hour Tonight At 8:30pm Local Time

The World Wildlife Fund's Earth Hour movement hopes to shine a light on climate change by encouraging people around the world to switch off non-essential lights for an hour tonight. Nurfilzah Rohaidi | March 19, 2016 | Top News AsianScientist ...
 Asian Scientist1 month ago Earth Hour: India's journey so far  News24online1 month ago Pakistan to observe Earth Hour today  Equilibrio Informativo1 month ago
Qatar Peninsula

Cambodia approves plan to reintroduce tigers

by a camera trap and released by the World Wildlife Fund in Cambodia on April 6, 2016 shows a tiger walking in the forest in Mondulkiri province. AFP / WORLD WILDLIFE FUND PHNOM PENH, Cambodia: Government officials have approved a plan to ...
 Qatar Peninsula3 weeks ago Cambodia plans to import some tigers, having run out of its own  Quartz3 weeks ago Cambodia Announces Plan to Bring Back Tigers in Its Jungles  Latin American Herald Tribune3 weeks ago Kingdom approves plan to reintroduce tigers  Phnom Penh Post3 weeks ago
Asian Lite

Cambodia wants India-style Project Tiger

The last tiger was seen on camera trap in the Mondulkiri Protected Forest in 2007, Xinhua news agency quoted World Wildlife Fund (WWF) as saying. WWF said the tigers were "functionally extinct" in Cambodia due to poaching of both tigers and their prey.
 Zee News3 weeks ago Cambodia to Follow India's Project Tiger  Asian Lite3 weeks ago

Kenya implanting microchip in rhinos to combat poaching

The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) on Tuesday began implanting microchips in every black rhino in the world's famous Masai Mara Games Reserve, to fight against poaching.The Kenya Rhino Microchip Programme runs along with the ...
 Prokerala2 months ago
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