The latest CITES meeting on 24 September in Johannesburg will be one of the most critical meetings in the Convention’s 43 year history
Nearly 90 per cent of native Hawaiian plants that have been assessed are threatened with extinction with one expert warning the spread of invasive species means the world will start to 'look the same'
Officials are offering a $10,000 reward to anybody with information leading to the arrest of the culprit
CCTV observing the giant panda showed two tiny pink cubs resting on her chest, after it was thought she had only given birth to one
There are now thought to be almost 3,900 tigers in the wild according to conservation groups
The species is being reintroduced to their original habitat after 20 years of extinction in the wild
A wildlife montoring network found Malaysian dealers have been using Facebook to sell gibbons, sun bears, binturongs and orangutangs
The hedgehog has suffered long-term population decline with populations thought to have fallen by 30 per cent since 2003
Thanks to a new database, you can find the Blenheim Orange, the Beauty of Bath, even the Ribston Pippin
Zookeepers said they did not know what had gone wrong during her pregnancy
Scientists say 'disturbing' new research proves the illegal trade in valuable species affects plants just as much as animals
It was one of the worst sights I’ve ever seen. We drove round a clump of mopani bushes, and there it lay: huge, shapeless, inert, with a disgusting mess of dried blood and raw, blackening flesh where the tusks had been hacked carelessly away. The hulk had begun to stink.
Customs officials are becoming more adept at confiscating ivory at the point of entry, but that’s just the beginning
A US government programme to control wildlife is under fire for being inhumane
Elephants are among the most intelligent, gentle creatures on the planet. Yet they have suffered for centuries at the hand of man.
In Hull, Newcastle and around the country these community assets face closure