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India mourns loss of ‘Supermom’ tigress, bids emotional farewell

India’s most famous tigress, known as “Supermom” for giving birth to 29 cubs during her lifetime, has died, triggering widespread grief among Indians. The tigress died of complications due to old age at the Pench Tiger Reserve in central India on Saturday evening, park chief Ashok Kumar Mishra said on Monday, adding the big cat … Continue reading India mourns loss of ‘Supermom’ tigress, bids emotional farewell

Greater Mekong primates struggle to cling on amid persistent threats: Report

By Carolyn Cowan The Greater Mekong region is home to 44 species of non-human primates, including gibbons, lorises, langurs, macaques and snub-nosed monkeys, several of which were first described within the last few years. Habitat loss and hunting driven by the wildlife trade and consumption have driven many of the region’s primates to the brink of … Continue reading Greater Mekong primates struggle to cling on amid persistent threats: Report

Vietnam: Six tonnes of ivory and pangolin scales seized at Tien Sa port

By Vietnam Plus Six tonnes of smuggled ivory tusks and pangolin scales have been discovered in a container at Tien Sa Port in the central city of Da Nang. Customs officials in collaboration with relevant forces on January 11 decided to inspect what had been declared as cashew nut imported from Nigeria based on suspicious … Continue reading Vietnam: Six tonnes of ivory and pangolin scales seized at Tien Sa port

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