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Thai authorities rescue over 100 long-tailed macaques that were being illegally smuggled in the back of a pickup truck.
Kalimantan Babbler or Malacocincla Perspicillata, which was believed to have been extinct for 172 years since 1848 was observed in South Kalimantan.
Metro Jaya Police nab one trader active in the illegal wildlife trade in Bekasi and confiscates an orangutan, Nias parrots, and langurs in Bekasi.
Scientists were stunned to find two giraffe dwarves on different sides of Africa.
An enormous iceberg is heading toward South Georgia Island in the southern Atlantic.
BKSDA and the ARSARI Djojohadikusumo Foundation announced that they have reintroduced a couple of Sumatran tiger siblings.
Indonesia represents one of the world's centers in the biological richness of flora and fauna.
Australian officials on Thursday began planning the grim task of disposing of almost 400 whale carcasses.
Rescuers were trying to refloat hundreds of whales stranded on a sandbar off the remote west coast of the Australian island of Tasmania.
The hunting of rare birds is on the increase. Removing them from the list of protected species is a crime against the planet.
Despite being categorized as critically endangered wildlife, the Bornean Langur has yet been considered as a protected species in Indonesia.
Singaporeans are getting their first look at rare twin red-ruffed lemurs born at the Singapore zoo a few months ago.
The Ragunan wildlife park on Friday announced its readiness to gradually open its park on Saturday, June 20.
Ugandan wildlife authorities have detained four men in connection with the killing of a 25-year-old male gorilla.
WWF says the coronavirus pandemic has generated overwhelming support for the closure of markets selling illegal wildlife across Southeast Asia.
South Sumatra's Musi Banyuasin Regent said wild tigers and elephants still exist in the region and called for wildlife preservation.
Wildlife carers in Australia are ready to work around the clock over Christmas.
BKSDA Jakarta announced that it has a wildlife rescue unit (WRU) to help Jakarta residents with issues regarding wildlife.
Thailand produces some two million tonnes of plastic waste a year with about 75 billion pieces of plastic bags ending up in the waste annually.
Activists ask the Indonesian government to form a task force that focuses on handling conflicts between men and the Sumatran tigers in Riau.