Thirteen countries that are home to the world's dwindling population of wild tigers have agreed to establish an intelligence-sharing network.
Poachers killed 1,215 of the iconic savannah animals last year.
The agency looks to the public for help locating nine fugitives suspected of committing serious environmental crimes.
As the country faces a seventh straight yearly increase in rhino poaching, a panel of experts is studying an unusual proposal to battle the problem.
It is the first secure, online whistle-blowing platform dedicated to wildlife and forest crime.
The insatiable demand for ivory is causing a dramatic decline in the number of African elephants.
Famed Kruger National Park announced an action plan to curb escalating illegal hunts for rhino horn.
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