‘NONE OF US CAN TAKE OUR FOOT OFF THE GAS WHEN IT COMES TO SAVING TIGERS’

It can be emotionally exhausting when you’re constantly confronted with bad news and the terrible reality of what Mankind is doing to life on this planet, but the outlook’s not always as bleak as it may appear. Environmental Investigation Agency Continue Reading

IUCN Species of the Day: Red Serow

  Photo credit: Gerald Cubitt   The Red Serow, Capricornis rubidus, is listed as ‘NEAR THREATENED’ on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™.

Video of the Day: Rhino Poaching in India—What’s it Really Like?

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55 Rhinos Killed in 4 Years at Kaziranga National Park – A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Kaziranga National Park, which is a UNESCO world heritage site, has had at least 55 rhinos killed there in the past 4 years; and that is only the number that is certain.  In response rangers have been cracking down on Continue Reading