Penang’s second UNESCO nomination sparks debate on balance between conservation and post-pandemic tourism.
Two large-scale studies done earlier this year unveil robust scientific data on animal’s population for the first time.
As avocados replace coffee crops in many parts of Colombia, scientists warn there are consequences for wildlife.
Experts say issue raises questions about Indonesia’s elephant tourism, which was highly profitable before the pandemic.
The first ceremony of its kind was held in northeastern India as part of an anti-poaching drive to mark World Rhino Day.
The lives and livelihoods of people and macaques are being sorely tested by the absence of tourists.
Expensive permits and fishing industry regulations are impeding BaTonga tribe’s way of life.
Some of the African penguins, found on a beach outside Cape Town, had 20 or more bee stings.
Court returns 13 elephants in state custody to alleged traffickers who captured them or people who bought from them.
Prehistoric whale, known as semi-aquatic because it lived on land and sea, showed signs of an accomplished hunter.
Trang Nguyen is a rarity in Vietnam where civil society is viewed with scepticism and most young people want more lucrat
With a population of 1.3 billion, India is vulnerable to human-animal conflict as people encroach on wildlife habitats.
Parts of the Amazon are expelling more carbon than they absorb.
Climate change, habitat loss and overfishing damage marine life, International Union for Conservation of Nature warns.