Wildlife Conservation Society
Friendly dolphins swim right up to young sailors in River Dart
A pod of dolphins swam right up to several small boats floating in a calm river, much to the surprise of young sailors. The playful mammals happily came up close and circled each of the dinghies and other vessels, feeling undisturbed by their encounter with humans. These aquatic creatures stayed close to ...
Conservationists Alarmed as China Eases Ban on Tiger, Rhino Parts
The new rules allow the horns of rhinos or bones of tigers that were bred in captivity to be used "for medical research or clinical treatment of critical illnesses"
US Pledges $90 Million as World Leaders Gather to Tackle Illegal Wildlife Trade
Trade in endangered wildlife, such as elephant tusks, rhino horns and tiger bones, is worth an estimated $17 billion a year
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