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The majority of the world's terrestrial large carnivores have undergone substantial range contractions and many of these species are currently threatened with extinction. However, there has been little effort to fully quantify the extent of large carnivore range contractions, which hinders our ability to understand the roles and relative drivers of such trends. Here we present and analyse a newly constructed and comprehensive set of large carnivore range contraction maps.

JAIPUR: In a Facebook post, scientist Sutirtha Dutta of the Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun, expressed regret that a juvenile Great Indian Bustard had died in Gujarat after hitting a transmis

The new report reveals that the captive elephant industry for elephant rides and performances continues to grow in Asia. Please unite for the herd today, to help protect elephants exploited for tourism. Riding an elephant is one of the most popular tourist activities in Asia.

The beefing up of security in other parks, coupled with the conservation area’s small size, may explain the onslaught of rhino poaching in KwaZulu-Natal.

GUWAHATI: Kaziranga National Park authority slapped its highest-ever penalty of Rs 5000 on five vehicles for violation of speed limit on Thursday, the first day of the imposition of the fine to che

The Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary (Nagarahole) has seen an increase in tiger population and is all set to top the list in South India.

Authorities in Hong Kong this week made their largest haul of contraband ivory in more than 30 years, amid surging illegal wildlife seizures fuelled by lax regulations and buoyant demand from mainl

The Cape Three Points Forest Reserve in the Ahanta West District in the Western Region, considered to be a Globally Significant Biodiversity Area (GSBA), is now under serious threat.

Every eight hours, a rhinoceros is slaughtered in South Africa.

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