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Saturday
Apr282012

Repatriated Philippine Forest Turtles turned over to Katala Foundation

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Palawan, Philippines, 28th April 2012—They travelled from the Philippines to Hong Kong stuffed in a smuggler’s bag with over 60 other reptiles, but on Friday, 18 Philippine Forest Turtles were returned safely home and are doing well in the care of the Katala Foundation.

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Friday
Apr272012

Large pangolin seizure highlights timeliness of re-forming IUCN-SSC Pangolin Specialist Group

Ha Noi, Viet Nam, 27th April, 2012—Local enforcement authorities have seized 304 kilograms (71 individuals) of live Pangolins in Nghe An Province in the north central coast of Vietnam after receiving a tip off that a car was transporting the endangered species on Tuesday.

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Thursday
Apr262012

Meeting sparks international interest in wildlife detector dog programmes

Budapest, Hungary, 26th April 2012—More than 50 participants met earlier this week in Budapest to share experiences on the use of wildlife detector dogs in tackling wildlife crime.

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Tuesday
Apr242012

Training to boost wildlife crime investigation in Belum-Temengor, Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 24th April 2012—Enforcement officers from 11 agencies working across one of Peninsular Malaysia’s most important wildlife landscapes took part in a two-day intensive training session to boost wildlife crime investigation in the area.

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Wednesday
Apr182012

A sweet step towards protection of Sugar Gliders in Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 18th April 2012—Sweet-faced and wide-eyed, the Sugar Glider has become such a popular exotic pet in Malaysia that the country’s authorities want to put it on the protected animal list, to track the burgeoning trade better.

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