The Philippines is Fast-Losing an Endangered Buffalo Species Found Only in its Islands
The country has used the tamaraw, a beloved animal endemic to its shores, as an icon from coins to cars to sports teams – but can't seem to find a way to save it.
Edgar Alan Zeta-Yap
Inside Mong La, the Myanmar Town Where You Can Buy Drugs, Sex, and Endangered Animals
Mong La is a 5,000-square-kilometer fiefdom in the Golden Triangle that is infamous for the flagrancy of its sin-based industries like prostitution, gambling, and the selling of endangered animals.
The World Spent $14.4 Billion on Conservation, and It Actually Worked
Between 1992-2003, that investment led to a 29 percent decrease in the rate of biodiversity decline.
Indonesian Police Bust Ivory Trade Syndicate
Sumatran elephants have been pushed to the brink of extinction by hunters seeking their ivory.
How Wildlife Photographers Are Using Instagram to Save Earth's Endangered Species
A robust community of wildlife photographers is educating the masses about the delicate balance of Earth’s ecosystem.