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Updated: 19th January 2020 03:53Endangered Species

Endangered Species

Environment
Species are being wiped out at a terrifying rate. Ending the crisis requires swift global action.
Weird News
Diego has had one very busy life, helping to save the Chelonoidis hoodensis from extinction.
Environment
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and an environmental organization offered money in a bid to crack the tough case.
Environment
Experts estimate that fewer than 80 Sumatran rhinos remain on Earth, most of them in Indonesia.

Culture & Arts
An Amazon forest protest, record smog in India, and a rare endangered frog round out this week's best images.
Politics
The lawsuit comes one month after a legal challenge from environmental groups.
World News
News of the deaths comes three years after nearly 150 tigers were removed from Tiger Temple over trafficking and abuse claims.
Politics
Agency officials have slammed the 1973 law as “a sword to tear down the American economy" and likened species listings to "incoming Scud missiles."
Politics
Environmentalists see the rule as another handout to industry amid rising alarm that the ecosystems on which humans rely are collapsing.
Impact
Poaching is a multi-billion dollar industry run by gangs. Meet the women waging a war against it.
Weird News
Authorities said the southern California teen kept the extremely rare creature in a plastic drawer that lacked ventilation holes.
Environment
A review and public comment process could lead to import restrictions on hunting trophies and body parts from giraffes.
Videos
A tourist has been arrested for drugging an orangutan and trying to keep it as a pet.
World News
Andrei Zhestkov, 27, told authorities he'd intended on keeping the two-year-old animal as a pet.
Environment
Florida sheriff vows "abuse of animals will not be tolerated on my watch."
Environment
One of the cubs has black fur with black rosettes, making her particularly rare.
Environment
“We’re going to fight this in any way possible," said Jamie Clark of Defenders of Wildlife.
Environment
Justice Brett Kavanaugh didn't participate in the case, which was a victory for landowners.
Environment
The warmer ocean waters of climate change entice the turtles to linger too long too far north.
World News
A senior Chinese cabinet official said that last month’s order to partially lift a 25-year ban on the two animal products had been “postponed after study.”