Новости по теме WWF

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Tiger campaign threatened by poor data: WWF

Efforts to save the tiger are being undermined by a lack of information about how many of the endangered cats live in the wild, the conservation group WWF said.

Tiger campaign threatened by poor data: WWF
Siberian tiger. Photo courtesy of tigromania.ru
Revival of extinct Caspian tigers in Kazakhstan

A Caspian Tiger National Park may be opened in 2019.

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Revival of extinct Caspian tigers in Kazakhstan
Turanian (Caspian) tiger.
Astana revives initiative to save tigers

An Action Plan of reintroduction of the Turanian tiger in Kazakhstan was discussed during a conference in Astana.

Astana revives initiative to save tigers
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Coal port plan will kill Great Barrier Reef: activists

Conservationists on Wednesday slammed Australia's approval for an Indian firm to expand a major coal port on the Great Barrier Reef coast, warning it would hasten the natural wonder's demise.

Coal port plan will kill Great Barrier Reef: activists
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Cameras to track tiger numbers in Bangladesh census

Bangladesh is to launch a census of tigers next month living in the world's largest mangrove forest in a bid to determine the full extent of the threat to their survival.

Cameras to track tiger numbers in Bangladesh census
Australia failing UNESCO demands on Barrier Reef: WWF
Australia failing UNESCO demands on Barrier Reef: WWF

Australia insisted Friday that protecting the Great Barrier Reef was a top priority, but conservationists WWF said not enough had been done to prevent UNESCO deeming it a world heritage site "in danger".

Australia failing UNESCO demands on Barrier Reef: WWF
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New species, old threats to Mekong wildlife: WWF

From a devilish-looking bat to a frog that sings like a bird, scientists have identified 126 new species in the Greater Mekong area, the WWF said Tuesday in a new report detailing discoveries in 2011.

New species, old threats to Mekong wildlife: WWF
Asia fuels record elephant, rhino killings: WWF
Asia fuels record elephant, rhino killings: WWF

China, Vietnam and Thailand are among the worst offenders in fuelling a global black market that is seeing record numbers of elephants and rhinos killed in Africa.

Asia fuels record elephant, rhino killings: WWF
Turan tiger that inhabited the territory of Central Asia long ago. Photo courtesy of Wikipedia
Kazakhstan makes a step to restore tigers

The Ili River estuary and the Southern part of Balkhash lake were included into the Wetland of International Importance List.

Kazakhstan makes a step to restore tigers