Visualizing how corruption manifests along the supply chain can help conservation practitioners and wildlife management agencies better understand both the specific risks and the potential responses to combat illegal rhino horn and other illicit wildlife trades.

Rhino horn trafficking remains a severe problem that needs to be addressed with a new sense of urgency as transnational organised crime.

The Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972 provides for listing of species in various schedules based on the threat status. The species listed in Schedule I of the Act is provided with highest degree of protection.

A new report finds that both legal and illegal trade are detrimental to the conservation of Africa’s iconic wildlife.

A total of 57 animals were rescued out of which four died on arrival at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC).

Running Out of Time examines the fast-growing role of Vietnam as a hub for illegal wildlife trade and the country's failure to respond to the crisis.

A white rhino was on Sunday night killed and horns chopped off at Lake Nakuru National Park.

An 82-member special protection force trained to combat poachers and understand animal behaviour was deployed in the Kaziranga National Park (KNP) on Sunday.

Conservationists have accused the World Health Organisation (WHO) of rubber-stamping the extinction of endangered species by adopting hundreds of traditional Chinese remedies in its international g

More than 4,000 Kenyans including government officials, business leaders and conservationists will on Saturday participate in the global march for elephants, rhinos, lions and other endangered spec

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