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Today at Big Cat Rescue July 14 2013 Operation Wild Web

Operation Wild Web More than 150 people faces charges as officials seize endangered tiger pelt, elephant ivory USFWS/Associated Press - The undated handout photo provided by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) shows a Sumatran tiger skin/California confiscated by the USFWS. More than 150 people face federal and state charges after authorities disrupted wildlife trafficking operations involving tiger and leopard pelts, elephant ivory and live birds. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced the arrests Thursday an undercover operation Read More

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Today at Big Cat Rescue July 6 2013

Interpol Focuses on Asian Big Cats   NEW DELHI, India – Enhancing techniques for investigating crimes against wild tigers and other Asian ‘big cats'was the focus of an INTERPOL meeting in India attended by some 30 senior law enforcement officers. The five-day (1-5 July) Integrated Investigative Training and Operational Planning Meeting for South Asia was co-hosted by INTERPOL's Environmental Crime Programme and India's Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). It brought together police, customs and wildlife officers from eight Read More

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Today at Big Cat Rescue Mar 1 2013

A NEW PHILOSOPHY FOR CONSERVATION   The doctrine of sustainable use has failed. Everywhere we look we find that in practice, sustainable use has become sustained abuse. Everywhere we look, we see our precious natural heritage being destroyed. Sustainable use has become just a licence to kill. Whether it is the senseless destruction by rich white men (hunting) or by poor blacks (bushmeat and poaching) or by Asian syndicates (poaching) the result is the same – devastation of biological diversity and dreadful animal suffering on a global Read More

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Thai deputy PM charged over tiger export

  A THAI deputy prime minister has been charged in connection with the export to China of 100 tigers, an endangered species protected by international law, the attorney general's office told AFP.   Plodprasop Suraswadi approved the export of tigers from Sriracha Tiger Zoo - a popular tourist attraction a few hours from Bangkok - to a Chinese breeding firm in 2002. He was the head of the forestry department at the time.   He was charged under an article in Thai law which includes the "abuse of power, failing to carry Read More

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Badly Wounded Tiger Cub Bhopal

Regardless of the tons of toxic wastes littered in the Union Carbide factory site, the Madhya Pradesh government has been pursuing with the Centre a proposal for awarding the status of Global Environment City on Bhopal. The city already has a few of its components, such as some lakes – one of them even a Ramsar Site – hills and, of course, a lot of greenery which, though, of late has appreciably diminished at a rapid pace. Nonetheless, the government continues to pursue the ambition of having the city declared as an Environment City. What should Read More
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