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Support for International Conservation of Sharks and Rays in Oceania is Growing as New Zealand Joins the CMS Sharks MOU

Bonn, 13 July 2015 - New Zealand signed the UNEP/CMS Memorandum of Understanding on the Conservation of Migratory Sharks (Sharks MOU) on 6 July 2015. 

13 July 2015

Les incendies en Australie sont « un drame sans précédent » pour la faune et la flore

Près de 30 % des koalas, ces marsupiaux endémiques symboles de l’île, pourraient avoir été tués dans l’Etat de Nouvelle-Galles du Sud.

03 January 2020

Peregrine falcon chicks hatch in Melbourne as Facebook fans watch on

Thousands of fans are monitoring the new brood in their nest in a high-rise office building

30 September 2019

Wedge-tailed eagles among 120 native birds found dead in Victoria after suspected poisoning

The native birds, including 76 wedge-tailed eagles, hawks and falcons, will be tested to determine the cause of death

29 August 2019

New Zealand bans swimming with bottlenose dolphins after numbers plunge

Conservation research shows humans are ‘loving the dolphins too much’ in Bay of Islands region

28 August 2019

En Nouvelle-Zélande, l’homme a décimé les oiseaux en 700 ans

Longtemps vierge d’occupation humaine, l’île a vu sa biodiversité chuter drastiquement.

25 August 2019

Australia to ban domestic trade in elephant ivory and rhino horn

Australia will soon ban the domestic trade in elephant ivory and rhino horn.

22 August 2019

50 Million Years Needed for New Zealand’s Bird Biodiversity to Recover

When the Maori arrived to New Zealand from Tahiti some 700 years ago, they

05 August 2019