An industry insider says large slaughterhouses in Vietnam all follow humane killing standards
Not surprisingly, in Dak Lak, their number has shrunk to less than a 10th over the past 35 years
The duo say they needed money to pay for online games
Conservationists are trying to find out the reason, which is apparently overwork of transporting logs.
“We call it ‘pay-to-play’ ... allowing these people to promise money in exchange for being able to harm endangered animals...
"They are a lot, a lot of people who like (eating dog meat). It's your habit, it's my habit,"...
"This festival belongs to the people, and no one has the right to stop it"
The child was snatched by the alligator as he played at the water's edge on Tuesday night and dragged into...
Cecil the Lion’s death caused backlash against hunting
Wildlife officials found frozen tiger carcasses, skins and dead cubs in jars, as well as other protected species
Nem Thuong Village asks outsiders to stop meddling and pledges to leave its tradition as is.
But scholars say one should not quickly judge an unfamiliar cultural tradition without knowing its history.
Smugglers try to cater to unabating demand for cat meat, still considered a delicacy in some northern provinces.
Elephant captivity has been banned since 1985, but old ones are still exploited till their last breath.
Probably held captive for bile extraction, she is in good shape, except for decayed teeth and feet callouses