Taposh says sorry to locals for felling trees

Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) Mayor Sheikh Fazle Noor Taposh apologised to the locals of Dhanmondi for the felling of trees on Satmasjid Road

Trains to have 20kmph speed limit inside Lawachara

In the letter sent to the director general of Bangladesh Railway, the railway ministry asked for necessary measures to be taken to keep the speed limit of all trains running on this route below 20kmph to prevent the death of wildlife on the railway line on Lawachahra National Park and to ensure they can cross easily

‘Protect Sangu-Matamuhuri sanctuary, reserve forest’

Parbatya Chattogram Forest and Land Rights Protection Movement has called upon authorities concerned to take measures to protect the Sangu-Matamuhuri Sanctuary and the Reserve Natural Forest and take action against those destroying the forest.

Conservationists alarmed as China eases ban on tiger and rhino parts

China unveils new rules that would allow the use of rhino horn and tiger parts for some medical and cultural purposes, watering down a decades-old ban in a move conservation group WWF says could have "devastating consequences".

‘Saline drip’ for a 700-year-old banyan tree in India

The world's second largest Banyan tree in Mahabubnagar district of India’s Telangana which is almost dying, is on ‘saline drip’ now as part of the rejuvenation.

76 tiger deaths reported in India in 2016

At least 76 tiger deaths are reported in India between January and October in 2016, the highest national mortality figure since 2010.

Dolphin killed in Halda River

A Gangetic dolphin (Platanista gangetica) in Halda River is allegedly slaughtered to death by locals in Raozan upazila of Chattogram.

UN accepts India’s proposal to save three endangered species

India’s proposal to include the critically-endangered Asian elephant and two large species of birds -- Great Indian Bustard and Bengal Florican -- in the UN Convention on Migratory (CMS) Species, is unanimously accepted.

22 pythons hatched in Srimangal zoo

A total of 22 python eggs have been hatched in a zoo of Sreemangal upazila of Moulviabzar. A python which was rescued in Dinajpur 22 years ago laid 35 eggs at the zoo of Bangladesh Bonyo Prani Sheba Foundation last month and since then the eggs were kept with the mother python, our Moulvibazar correspondent reports.

Dolphin fair kicks off in Khulna

A ten-day long dolphin fair kicks off in Khulna with a call to take tangible steps to protect freshwater dolphins in the Sundarbans.

Conquering the wild seas

Think wildlife conservation and what first comes to mind are men in grey or beige toned outfits and names like David Attenborough, George Schaller, John Muir, and Roger Payne.

Wildlife declined 60pc in 44 years

Unbridled consumption has decimated global wildlife, triggered a mass extinction and exhausted Earth's capacity to accommodate humanity's expanding appetites, the conservation group WWF warned yesterday.

Tiger Temple monk held 'for smuggling'

Thai authorities say they have detained a monk attempting to smuggle tiger skins and fangs from a Buddhist temple.

Japan kills 333 Antarctic Minke whales for ‘scientific research’

In the name of ‘scientific research’, Japan kills 333 minke whales, including over 200 pregnant females, in the Antarctic in 2015-16 whaling season.

Shark pulled out of water for a photo

A Florida man is filmed taking photos with a shark after dragging it out of the ocean, where it washed ashore.

[WATCH] An Amazing Family of Big Cats

Watch Kevin Richardson in an amazing documentary first broadcasted by SKY TV about his animal conservationism, mainly lions and his acceptance into their pride.