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Today at Big Cat Rescue May 17 2013

Today is Endangered Species Day   Today is Endangered Species Day. Take a moment today to enjoy the spectacular endangered pandas and polar bears on live cams. Learn more about elephants, tigers, and gorillas. And celebrate the triumph of the ospreys with Rachel and Steve - once endangered, the osprey has made a steady comeback. Never stop learning, Charlie / explore.org BCR Today 2013 May 15 Kansas Rescue Cats   http://youtu.be/thoLvmsnaCc   BCR Today 2013 May 15 includes footage of the Kansas Rescue Read More

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Save the Critically Endangered Indochinese Tiger

IUCN Headquarters IUCN Conservation Centre, Rue Mauverney 28, 1196, Gland, Switzerland  mail@iucn.org  Phone:+41 22 9990000 Fax:+41 22 9990002   Asia Regional Office 63, Soi Prompong, Sukhumvit Soi 39, Wattana, 10110 Bangkok, Thailand  asia@iucn.org  Phone: +66 2 6624032  Fax: +66 2 6624387  Fax: +66 2 6624388   International Union for Conservation of Nature Headquarters, Asian Regional Office,   The Indochinese tiger is a tiger subspecies found in Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam Read More

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78 tiger deaths so far in 2012

2012 was a Bad Year for Tigers New Delhi: Even as India is striving hard to save big cats, a total of 78 tigers have died so far this year with over half of them victims to poaching, parliament was informed Tuesday. Environment Minister Jayanthi Natarajan told the Lok Sabha that of the 78 tigers, 50 were poached and 28 had died natural deaths. The number of tiger deaths was highest in the last three years with 56 dying in 2011 followed by 53 and 66 tiger deaths in 2010 and 2009 respectively. According to the 2010 tiger census, there are Read More

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Wildlife Board Says Tigers and All Endangered Species Need Protection

New Delhi, Sep 30 — Tigers, lions and elephants in India get all the attention when it comes to protection. But all this may soon change as experts and environment ministry officials feel that other critically endangered animals require equal if not more focus.     This was proposed at a meeting of the National Board for Wildlife (NBWL) chaired by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh earlier this month.    "One board member pointed out that not much attention is given to the other critically endangered species, including Read More

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US Leads the World in Exterminating Endangered Species

Extinction Rates Are Biased And Much Worse Than You Thought Today, passenger pigeons’ habitat consists of a few museum display cases around the U.S. Photo: edenpictures Human activity—mostly habitat destruction and overhunting—has obliterated nearly 900 species over the past 500 years. Around 17,000 plants and animals are listed today on the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of endangered species. According to the IUCN, one in eight birds, one in four mammals, one in five invertebrates, one in three Read More