Sharp Increase In Poaching Could Make Rhinos Disappear From The Wild Within The Next Four Years

In a career spanning almost two decades, 50-year-old veterinary nurse Karen Trendler has raised 200 baby rhino orphans at a wildlife sanctuary in Pretoria, earning the nickname “Mama Rhino.”

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Municipality Of Candaba Proclaimed As Wildlife Refuge

Candaba, a low lying area and a town in Pampanga, Philippines, is known for its swamps and a refuge for wildlife.

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Saving The Endangered Mangroves From Extinction

Based on Philippine experience, mangrove areas are fast diminishing according to the Department of Science and Technology (DoST) and the Philippine Council for Agriculture, Resources, Research and Development (PCARRD).

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