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Billed as ‘the monkey that sneezes in the rain’ (thanks to its upturned nose), the Myanmar snub-nosed monkey was first revealed to the world after researchers from FFI and partners investigated reports from people in northern Myanmar about a monkey that did not match any known description.
With fewer than 300 of these animals thought to remain in the world, the race is now on to ensure that they and their habitat are well protected.
You can help with these efforts –find out how.
The charismatic red panda is found in the mountainous, temperate forests of Asia. These shy and largely nocturnal animals spend most of their time in trees and are very difficult to observe in the wild.
Classified by the IUCN as Vulnerable, red panda numbers are in decline, despite being protected by national laws in their range countries. Find out how Fauna & Flora International is working to protect these beautiful animals in the Himalayan borderlands between Myanmar and China, where they are threatened by habitat loss and poaching.
Most recent surveys indicate there are around 500 Sumatran tigers existing in the wild. One of the main threats to Sumatran tigers is poaching. Hunters trap or shoot them for their skin and bones, which are in high demand in Asian traditional medicine while there is still demand for skins both in Indonesia and overseas
Fauna & Flora International (FFI) works in Indonesia to combat Sumatran tiger poaching and protect the big cat's habitat through patrolling. Support our appeal to help save the Sumatran tiger.
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