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Javan Rhinos caught on film

Last week WWF and Indonesia’s National Park Authority released new video footage of two critically endangered Javan rhinos (Rhinoceros sondaicus) and their calves providing positive news that this species is breeding in the Ujung Kulon National Park on the island of Java. The video footage released by WWF shows two separate families, one with a […]

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Saola: a closer look at a new EDGE Focal Species

One of the new additions to the group of focal EDGE Mammals in urgent need of conservation attention is the saola, a shy and secretive mammal found in Vietnam and Lao PDR that many people have never even heard of. Therefore, George Tyson, our guest writer would like to introduce you to this incredibly unique […]

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