Conservation

New Wolf Snake Discovered In Cambodia New Wolf Snake Discovered In Cambodia
  • June 20th, 2014
  • The eighth new snake to be discovered in the Cardamom Mountains of Phnom Penh, Lycodon zoosvictoriae has a unique coloration that allows it to blend in seamlessly with its environment.

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Conservation

New Wolf Snake Discovered In Cambodia

New Wolf Snake Discovered In Cambodia

The eighth new snake to be discovered in the Cardamom Mountains of Phnom Penh, Lycodon zoosvictoriae has a unique coloration that allows it to blend in seamlessly with its environment.

“Extinct” Bat Rediscovered After 120 Years

“Extinct” Bat Rediscovered After 120 Years

A single specimen of the Big-eared Bat, last seen in 1890 and thought to be extinct, has been found in Papua New Guinea.

Conservationists ‘Living With Grief’

Conservationists ‘Living With Grief’

Conservationists are constantly living with grief, says a leading Australian conservation scientist.

Sumatran Tigers Threatened By Human Activities

Sumatran Tigers Threatened By Human Activities

Sumatran tigers, found exclusively on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, are on the brink of extinction, according to a new study.