13 Mar '12, 2pm

Javan officials employ camera traps to find extinct tiger

Javan officials employ camera traps to find extinct tiger

New analysis supports claim that paper giant cleared part of its tiger sanctuary in Indonesia (12/21/2011) Asia Pulp & Paper (APP)'s supplier PT Ruas Utama Jaya has indeed cleared an area of forest it pledged to set aside as a tiger conservation reserve in Sumatra reports a legal analysis by Greenomics, an Indonesian environmental group. The Greenomics' analysis supports allegations originally set forth in a report published last week by Eyes of the Forest, a coalition of green groups, and seems to refute a press release issued by APP that called the deforestation allegations 'fiction'. Little to show for tens of millions spent on tiger conservation, says new National Geographic story. (12/05/2011) This month's National Geographic features the work of photographer Steve Winter , who spent months on the trail of one of earth's most majestic and endangered beasts

Full article: http://news.mongabay.com/2012/0313-hance_javantiger.html

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Camera traps go under the ocean, seeking sharks

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news.mongabay.com 12 Mar '12, 8pm

Camera traps go under the ocean, seeking sharks Jeremy Hance mongabay.com March 12, 2012 Remote camera traps, which have b...