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Jan 04, 2019
Intel-powered 'TrailGuard AI' tech is helping track poachers in AfricaAlgorithms scan images captured by tracking cameras and alert park rangers on detecting humans.
Aug 12, 2018
World Elephant Day: Large-scale poaching and ivory trade remain biggest threatsThere are about only 27,312 elephants left in India as per a census report from 2017.
Jul 11, 2018
Traders are still selling illegal ivory openly across Europe, says reportThe most recent ivory tested by Oxford's radio-carbon dating unit was from after 2010.
Jul 10, 2017
Odisha: Police seize contraband wildlife products in Bargarh, arrest threePolice and crime branch seized contraband wildlife ivory, pangolin scales and bear nails from the three accused
Apr 30, 2017
Meerut raid: Revenue department seizes 117 kg nilgai meat, 40 guns from ex-col's houseAt least 117 kg nilgai meat, animal skin, ivory and 40 guns have been seized from the house of a retired army officer during a 17-hour-long joint raid conducted by the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence and the forest department.
Nov 05, 2016
White gold: Will burning our ivory stockpile prevent poaching of Indian elephants?Is destroying our stockpile of ivory, like Kenya did earlier this year, a solution to the problem of trade in the 'white gold' that results in several elephants dying slow, agonising deaths?
Mar 21, 2016
Tanzania court hands two Chinese men 35-year sentences for slaughtering 226 elephants, smuggling ivoryTanzania has sentenced two Chinese men to 35 years each in jail for ivory smuggling, local media reported on Saturday, the latest conviction of Chinese nationals in a drive to stamp out poaching.
Jan 13, 2016
In a historic move, Hong Kong to ban ivory trade, says leaderHong Kong will ban the import and export of ivory, the city's leader announced Wednesday, in a "historic" move hailed by animal welfare activists.
Jun 03, 2015
Sharp decline of elephants in Tanzania is direct result of poaching65,721 elephants have died in the country in the last five years and the number of Tanzanian elephants plummeted from an estimated 109,051 in 2009 to 43,330 in 2014.
May 29, 2015
In a symbolic gesture against illegal trading, China destroys 600kg of ivoryChina destroyed more than six hundred kilograms of ivory in front of media and diplomats as it seeks to shed its image as a global trading hub for illegal elephant tusks.