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A celebrity giant panda died suddenly last month while on loan to Thailand's Chiang Mai Zoo.
Five more wild elephants in Thailand died in a plunge from the top of a waterfall, bringing the death toll to 11.
Ministry of Agriculture, FAO and USAID collaborate with young art performers to raise public awareness on zoonotic diseases.
FAO has supported the Government's avian flu control program since 2006.
Dozens of gray whales have been found dead along the U.S. West Coast in recent weeks.
Ten elephants painted white marched on Tuesday near Bangkok's Grand Palace to honor Thailand's newly crowned King Maha Vajiralongkorn.
Ujung Kulon National Park (TNUK) confirmed that it recently found a dead Javan rhino at its last habitat in the national park, Banten.
Prabowo Subianto's personal assistant Rizky Irmansyah recalled moments where Prabowo was able to communicate with animals.
Taman Safari Indonesia and Hino Indonesia established a conservation program in protecting endangered species, Javan hawk-eagle.
Indonesian police on Wednesday arrested nine men suspected of trafficking Komodo dragons.
A young lion captured and spent the night in a South African police cell after being on the run for almost a month.
A number of Orangutan species populating Central Kalimantan's areas are in the edge of extinction, says Borneo Nature Foundation.
Malaysian authorities seized about 3,300 rare pig-nosed turtles on Wednesday suspected of being smuggled into the Southeast Asian country.
Five Javan gibbons were successfully reintroduced at Mount Malabar wilderness in Bandung, West Java, on Thursday, February 21.
Gembira Loka Zoo in Yogyakarta received an endangered giant Asiatic softshell turtle on Wednesday, February 6.
The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) has canceled all racing on Thursday after three cases of equine influenza were identified in vaccinated horses
The Yogyakarta BKSDA successfully reintroduced two crested serpent eagles to the wild at the Hutan Raya Bunder Park in Gunung Kidul, Yogyakarta.
Around 400 buffaloes drowned after stampeding into the Chobe River along the border between Botswana and Namibia.
The Aceh BKSDA believes that there are only 200 Sumatran Tigers left in the wild in region.