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Cinderella' tiger orphan returns to wild, meets prince

1 hours ago From mnn.com  View Original Article

Atlanta, GEORGIA - Amur tigers have spent nearly a century clawing back from the brink of extinction, growing from as few as 20 cats in the 1930s to as many as 500 in 2005. They have backslid lately, though, due partly to a resurgence of poaching. About 350 to 400 adul ...

Monarch butterflies rebound slightly amid milkweed planting

1 hours ago From denverpost.com  View Original Article

Denver, COLORADO - The latest monarch butterfly count found that the population poised to migrate through the United States rebounded from last year's record low — but still ranks second-lowest on record.

Monarch numbers increased to 56.5 million from 33 ...

Hungry cat rescued by RSPCA after getting head stuck in discarded tin of dog food

1 hours ago From gazettelive.co.uk  View Original Article

Middlesbrough, U K - A hungry kitty had to be rescued by RSPCA inspectors after it got its head stuck in an empty can of food.

The distressed cat went looking for food but got its head stuck in the discarded tin in the back yard of a property on Ayresome S ...

Alleged poachers arrested in Cheddar Valley

2 hours ago From cheddarvalleygazette.co.uk  View Original Article

Wells, U K - Three men were arrested in a nature reserve near Cheddar on Sunday after a tip off from the public about suspected rabbit poaching.

The police were called about 11.30am to an area around Draycott Sleights, and after a search arrested m ...

Hawkbill sea turtles making a comeback in Nicaragua

2 hours ago From theepochtimes.com  View Original Article

New York, NEW YORK - Hawksbill sea turtles (Eretmochelys imbricate), a reptile listed as the highest threat level by the IUCN Red List of Endangered Species, are making a momentous local comeback in Nicaragua’s Pearl Cays. This Critically Endangered turtle, although redu ...

ASI ropes in NGO to save blackbucks in Akbar tomb premises

2 hours ago From timesofindia.indiatimes.com  View Original Article

Mumbai, INDIA - With a view to preserve blackbucks in the Akbar tomb premises in Sikandara, the ASI's horticulture department and the state forest department have roped in a wildlife NGO to catch jackals that prey on the animals and deposit them elsewhere in a prote ...

First step in plan to save northern white rhino

2 hours ago From bbc.com  View Original Article

London, U K - Experts are pinning their hopes on in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) to save the northern white rhino from extinction.

Just five of the animals remain on the planet, after two adult males died within months of each other at the end of 2014. ...

One more poacher arrested in Pilibhit

3 hours ago From timesofindia.indiatimes.com  View Original Article

Mumbai, INDIA - The forest department has arrested a poacher from Haripur range of Pilibhit Tiger Reserve (PTR) on Tuesday.

The arrested poacher is an accomplice of the eight poachers who were arrested last week by a joint team of Wildlife Crime Cont ...

Ontario moves to ban the sale of killer whales

3 hours ago From takepart.com  View Original Article

Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA - Is the end of captivity near for Ontario’s killer whales?

On Tuesday, the provincial government promised to introduce legislation to ban the breeding or acquisition of killer whales in Ontario. That would likely spell the end of SeaWor ...

Warning after Hellingly deer trapped in baler twine

8 hours ago From bbc.com  View Original Article

London, U K - The rescue of a deer whose antlers were caught in discarded baler twine on a barbed wire fence has led to a warning from an animal charity.

The fallow deer buck was spotted struggling to free itself in Hellingly, East Sussex, on Sunday ...

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