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Over half of world’s wild primate species face extinction, report uncovers

Published in Odd and Fun on 18th November 2017

Researchers warn of approaching major extinguishing episode if action is not taken to protect around 300 species, including gorillas, chimps, lemurs and lorises More than half of the worlds apes, monkeys, lemurs and lorises are now threatened with extinction as agriculture and industrial activities destroy forest habitats and the swine populations are hit by chase […]

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All Gorillas In The Wild Are Now At High Risk Of Extinction

Published in Odd and Fun on 14th November 2017

Fewer than 3,800 Grauer’s gorillas remain in the wild. That’s a 77 percentage nosedive in population numbers of the largest gorilla subspecies radical in 20 times, according to a new report released this week. Researchers from the Wildlife Conservation Society and Fauna& Flora International tone in the study that the speedy fall in population amounts […]

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First Sumatran rhino found in Borneo in 40 years has died

Published in Odd and Fun on 10th November 2017

WWF said there were indications that the endangered rhino was suffering from a severe infection caused by traps from an earlier poaching attempt The first critically endangered Sumatran rhino to be found in an area of Borneo for 40 times has died, wildlife experts said. The species had been thought to be extinct in Kalimantan, […]

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Saving Africa’s elephants: ‘Can you guess them no longer prevailing? ‘

Published in Odd and Fun on 1st November 2017

Across Africa, poaching was increased. Progression is being constituted here and there, but the combat to save the most significant animals on the Globe is far from being won In the Samburu National Reserve in northern Kenya, when the ferocious hot of the sunbathe has softened into a soothing night incandescence, David Daballen and I […]

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What Does The Future Hold For The Polar Bear?

Published in Odd and Fun on 29th October 2017

The fate of the polar endure is inextricably linked to that of the high seas sparkler on which they hunt. With the world warming, the prospectsfor these splendid swine is offsetting on a knife edge. This is where it gets a little bit gruesome, says Polar Bears Internationalresearcher Andrew Derocher, currently based in Churchill, Canada, […]

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The Iberian Lynx Is Slowly Recovering In South-Western Europe

Published in Odd and Fun on 19th October 2017

They once numbered in their tens of thousands, stalking the grasslands and hunting down rabbits in south-western Europe. But by 2002, after extensive tyranny from farmers and a massive reduced by their target, only 100 Iberian lynx( Lynx pardinus) were thought to survive in a few isolated populations in south Spain. But since then, after […]

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Rare Warty Pig Captured On Video For The First Time Ever

Published in Odd and Fun on 7th October 2017

For the Bawean warty pig, “Hakuna Matata” are not able to be an achievable point — no matter what cousin Pumba said. The wild boar, endemic to the Indonesian island of Bawean in the Java Sea, is said to be one of the world’s rarest wild animals, and according to a new study are presented […]

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New species detected behind a inn- then saved from extinction

Published in Odd and Fun on 6th October 2017

In 2007, conservationists discovered a brand-new species occupying a beach just behind a inn in Granity, New Zealand. But could they save it before corrosion and rising liquids wiped it off the appearance of the planet? Who says hamlet life has to be enduring? Granity, New Zealand may be home to less than 300 beings, […]

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On the footpath of the wolf, Europe’s much disparaged and misread predator

Published in Odd and Fun on 6th October 2017

When Poland banned wolf hunting, digits doubled. But now animal scientists were afraid that legislators could turn back the clock Robert Mysajek stops dead. Between two paw engraves on a blurred mountain racetrack, the scientist finds what he is looking for. Scat! he enthuses. Wolf sightings are so rare that a twinkling of faeces markers […]

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Safeguarded districts and endangered species aren’t properly safeguarded, report says

Published in Odd and Fun on 4th October 2017

Some of “the worlds largest” biodiverse ecosystems are not being protected and the management of numerous protected areas is deficient, a progress report warns The world is fringing toward a major conservation target for protected region and oceans, but there are concerns over how safeguarded areas are succeeded and whether they are effectively safeguarding endangered […]

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