The New York Times reports on rangers who risk their lives on a daily basis to protect the trees in Thailand. Deep in a jungle in Thailand, a battle is being waged between poorly armed forest rangers and poachers trying to sate China’s growing appetite for rare and precious rosewood. Read story at ‘These Forests […]

via Rangers, Who Risk Their Lives To Protect Trees — Natural History Wanderings

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Owls are some of the forests’ most regal, mysterious and graceful models for wildlife photographers. These photos by a photographer in Bangkok, Thailand who goes by Sasi Smith show the many different faces of these ferocious, silent hunters. Sasi is a very prolific photographer, and he doesn’t just shoot owls – he has quite a […]

via Adorable Owls by Sasi. — Old Guv Legends

This 8 July 2018 video says about itself: All Crocodile Species Crocodiles (subfamily Crocodylinae) or true crocodiles are large aquatic reptiles that live throughout the tropics in Africa, Asia, the Americas and Australia. Crocodylinae, all of whose members are considered true crocodiles, is classified as a biological subfamily. A broader sense of the term crocodile, […]

via New New Guinean crocodile species discovery — Dear Kitty. Some blog

JAKARTA SO POLUTED INDONESIAN GOVERNMENT MOVING CAPITOL.


Why bother to clean it up when you can just move the Capitol to another less-polluted city. Indonesia is not exactly at the forefront of conservation as within its boundaries their sub-species of tigers, orangutans, elephants and rhinos (there are others) are at risk in that country wherever they occur, due to habitat loss, palm oil plantations, other types of farming and development, poaching, pollution,climate change, illegal logging, etc, etc; and I guess just not caring enough.
Indonesia is the worlds most populated country on a square foot basis- this is not the wildlife’s fault, though!
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