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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.

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

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