Latest News for: Laos wildlife


Experience 5 Unforgettable Wildlife Tours In Japan, Laos And Borneo

Forbes 14 Feb 2024
Embark on a journey of conservation and wildlife exploration across Japan, Laos, and Borneo, with five unforgettable adventures ... .

4 people charged over alleged plot to smuggle hundreds of Australian native reptiles to Hong Kong

Beatrice Daily Sun 09 Jan 2024
The rescued reptiles were handed to various zoos and wildlife parks to be examined by veterinarians before being released into the wild, police said ... World Wildlife Foundation via AP ... World Wildlife Foundation via AP ... World Wildlife Foundation via AP.

Genomic analyses reveal poaching hotspots, trade routes of most trafficked endangered mammal

Phys Dot Org 15 Dec 2023
From there, they are transported to markets in countries including China, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos and Singapore ... The global trade in illegal wildlife is a $20 billion business conducted by sophisticated international cartels.

Wildlife rescue center receives four wallabies

The Saigon Times 24 Nov 2023
The Hoang Lien Wildlife Rescue, Conservation and Development Center in the northern province of Lao Cai has received non-native wallabies that were left behind by smugglers on their way to cross the border illegally.

Releasing animals back into the wild

The Saigon Times 28 Jul 2023
Fifty-three wildlife species have been successfully released back into the wild at Vu Quang National Park ... The protection and preservation of these precious creatures are of paramount importance, as highlighted by the Lao Dong news site (

Meet the lunar rover that will venture to the moon’s south pole

CNN 27 May 2023
Researchers worked across the region, which includes Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, China, Cambodia and Vietnam, from 2021 to 2022, according to a new report from the World Wildlife Fund.

Hundreds of newly discovered species under threat in Southeast Asia’s Mekong region

CNN 23 May 2023
... more than 300 million people and encompasses Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, China, Cambodia and Vietnam, it also serves to highlight the rising threats posed to wildlife by human-driven habit encroachment.

Arbor Day Foundation to Help Restore Critical Ecosystems in Southeast Asia

The Joplin Globe 18 May 2023
“Restoring forests in Laos is vital to establishing a healthy environment for people and wildlife in Southeast Asia and our team is excited to help serve this urgent need.” ... “In Laos, we have lost so ...

Seven things to know about bats and pandemic risk

Reuters 16 May 2023
Moreover, those people are living closer together, intensifying the chances that a disease outbreak will develop into a fast-spreading global pandemic.The Reuters analysis found high spillover risk in ...

Thousands of badgers being farmed in South Korea could be a disease risk

The Conversation 09 May 2023
While wildlife trade involving badgers is ... In the 21st century, wildlife market surveys in China, Vietnam, Laos and Indonesia have reported several different species of badger being sold as bushmeat.

Snares don’t discriminate: A problem for wild cats, both big and small

Mongabay 05 May 2023
“I think, generally, snaring is the greatest threat to felids in Southeast Asia, more than habitat loss … in some places like Laos and Cambodia that still have habitat, it’s the snaring that has ...

Thai authorities rescue 47 macaques smuggled using pickup truck

Malaysian National News Agency 06 Mar 2023
Department of National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) ... Department of National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) ... The two drivers will be charged for smuggling wildlife, he said.

Thailand’s missing monkeys: why did hundreds of rhesus macaques vanish from a temple?

The Observer 26 Feb 2023
Edwin Wiek, founder of Wildlife Friends Foundation of Thailand (WFFT), said the monkeys could have been snatched and transported over the border. “There are some farms in Laos where we have seen this particular species ending up,” he said.

Fauci-backed virologist who tried to bully away lab leak theory backs woke scientist who moans ...

The Daily Mail 16 Feb 2023
It warns that that part of the world has a 'high diversity of wildlife coronaviruses' and a large proportion of the population is regularly exposed to wildlife that could be infected. Myanmar, Laos and ...