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  3. Conservation Circle

Sumatran elephants get help from virtual zoo keepers

Xbox gamers rise to Microsoft’s Zoo Tycoon ‘community challenge’ to save endangered species.

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Fauna & Flora International joins the Amphibian Survival Alliance

It’s not easy being green – in fact with nearly one-third of the world’s amphibian species threatened with extinction, it’s never been harder.

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World Ranger Day: celebrating the unsung conservation heroes

Mountain gorillas. Sumatran tigers. Hawksbill turtles. All owe their survival to the dedicated rangers who put their lives on the line to protect them. Today, we salute these stalwarts of conservation.

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Results announced for tiger snare sweep competition in Sumatra

The Kerinci Seblat Tiger Programme in Sumatra, Indonesia, holds an annual competition that rewards Tiger Protection and Conservation Unit teams for putting in extra effort to protect tigers and other Sumatran wildlife during a peak poaching season. The results of the 2014 Great Kerinci Snare Sweep are now in, as team leader Debbie Martyr reports…

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