Chinese insurance no longer covers pangolin scale medicines

According to National Geographic, "Traditional medicines containing pangolin scales will no longer be covered by China’s state insurance funds, according to a government announcement."

Kenya launches “Ivory Trade is a Rip Off” campaign

In a fresh effort to raise awareness and curb the illegal trade in ivory, Kenya yesterday launched a new wildlife conservation campaign dubbed “Ivory Trade is a Rip Off”.

Rewilding in Argentina: the giant river otter returns to Iberá park

The first attempt to reintroduce an extinct mammal in Argentina brings hope for restored ecosystems and increased ecotourism opportunities based on wildlife watching.

'The nation's sweetheart': Thailand falls in love with orphaned baby dugong

Thailand has a new national sweetheart – an orphaned baby dugong called Marium.

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