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1. news | 02 Jun 2013
» Wildlife trafficking continues unabated throughout Southeast Asia, with the number of animals and carcasses being discovered by officials rising each year, the Asean Wildlife Enforcement Network has reported.
2. learning | 22 Mar 2012
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» International youtube war of words heating up in wildlife seizure case. Govt offiical threatens defamation suit over comments made.
3. learning | 24 Feb 2012
» A raid on a wildlife centre in Phetchaburi's Tha Yang district netted 103 animals allegedly being kept there illegally, a charge strongly denied by the foundation's head.
4. learning | 23 Mar 2012
» Govt seizes elephant, elephant dies as wildlife NGO claims wildlife harmed during seizures, then threatened with defamation suit by govt.
5. news | 25 Apr 2013
» Wildlife campaigners have condemned the Malaysian government for using "inhumane" methods in culling almost 100,000 macaque monkeys last year.
6. learning | 02 Aug 2011
» If a wildlife sanctuary is too small, elephants stray into villages in search of food and damage croplands of farmers.
7. learning | 27 Jun 2011
» High profits, low penalties (plus low public awareness) make wildlife trafficking a lucrative crime.
8. news | 11 Jun 2013
» Authorities seized a large number of protected animals during a raid on a home in Klong Sam Wa district yesterday.
9. learning | 30 Jun 2011
Easy English news
» A blurred photo of a Hmong hilltribe man sitting on a dead tiger is clear evidence to police that the animals are still being killed in Thai wildlife sanctuaries.
10. learning | 16 Nov 2010
» Stolen trucks, motorcycles, drugs, endangered species of wildlife, as well as wine, liquor, sandstone, rosewood, all these goods slip into Thailand along the long Mekong river border with Laos.