More than 2,000 rat snakes and cobras were discovered in Thailand on the eve of the Year of the Snake.
During the Chinese New Year period, WWF urges people not to purchase and consume illegal wildlife products, nor accept them as gifts during gatherings.
Traditional Chinese Medicine shops in Singapore are selling 'cooling' drinks and related products made of endangered saiga antelope horns, says Project: WILD.
A new study has revealed that tens of thousands of wild birds exported from the Solomon Islands have been laundered into the global wildlife trade by declaring them as captive-bred.
Happy Chinese New Year! Consumers are urged to be especially vigilant in the lead up to Chinese New Year to minimize their consumption of threatened wildlife species.