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Jan­u­ary 2018

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Habitat fragmentation a bigger threat to the güiña wildcat than persecution by humans
News biodiversity
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Habi­tat frag­men­ta­tion a big­ger threat to the güiña wild­cat than per­se­cu­tion by humans


New hope for critically endangered Myanmar snub-nosed monkey
News biodiversity
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New hope for crit­i­cally endan­gered Myan­mar snub-​nosed monkey


Long-term tiger survival depends on protecting corridors between protected areas
News biodiversity
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Long-​term tiger sur­vival depends on pro­tect­ing cor­ri­dors between pro­tected areas


Lincoln Park Zoo hosts second International Wildlife Reintroduction Conference
News zoos
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Lin­coln Park Zoo hosts sec­ond Inter­na­tional Wildlife Rein­tro­duc­tion Conference


Study suggests lions are bad news for giraffe populations in conservation areas
News biodiversity
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Study sug­gests lions are bad news for giraffe pop­u­la­tions in con­ser­va­tion areas


Endangered primate discovered in bauxite-threatened Atewa Forest, Ghana
News biodiversity
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Endan­gered pri­mate dis­cov­ered in bauxite-​threatened Atewa For­est, Ghana


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Goal: 7000 tigers in the wild

Tiger range countries map

Tiger map” (CC BY 2.5) by Sander­son et al., 2006.

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