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The kakapo, the heaviest parrot in the world, has seen an unprecedented bumper crop of babies.
Without cooking or eating anything unusual, a shaggy endangered animal has managed to produce the same smell of hot buttered popcorn.
The new tally represents the first time the number of endangered cats has gone up since 1900, when there were 100,000 tigers.
A survey of Bawean warty pigs on Indonesia's Bawean Island finds the animal needs protection.
Conservationists say they will launch a bold action plan to reintroduce the big cats to the kingdom’s forests.
Breeding populations are now described as 'threatened' and still merit protection under the Endangered Species Act.
A chance discovery of the animal on the Indonesian part of Borneo island was hailed as a conservation success.
High-resolution forest loss data from 76 tiger landscapes across 13 countries convinces researchers that a 100 percent increase is possible.
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