A Bahraini website has been exposed by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) for supporting the trade in exotic animals and birds.
The homepage of the website www.mbahrain.net has been blocked by authorities, but it is
Governments are failing to meet goals to protect animals and plants set out in a biodiversity plan for 2020 that also aims to increase food supplies and slow climate change, a UN report showed on Monday.
Many rare species face a m
Dubai Customs today opened its second awareness campaign this year at the Deira City Centre which is aimed at protecting endangered animals.
This follows the success of its first campaign held last May at Mirdif City Center, a statement fr
A new strain of foot and mouth disease (FMD) has reached the Gaza Strip and threatens to spread further after first being detected in Egypt and Libya in February, the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) said on Wednesday.
FAO said s
Bahrain needs to take action now to prevent the remaining population of dugongs (sea cows) from completely disappearing from its waters, said an environment group.
Friends of the Environment Society is calling on Bahrain's authorities
Scientists who took part in the creation of the world's first cloned camel will be among those participating in the Middle East’s premier veterinary event later this month.
Dr Nisar A Wani, head of the Reproductive Biology Laboratory a
Cows recently imported to Bahrain from Europe were found to have been infected with the deadly foot and mouth disease (FMD), it was revealed.
No figures are available but all the cattle affected have been slaughtered, said Municipalities a
Global Village, member of Tatweer Dubai, the prime tourism destination in the heart of Dubailand, has been attracting animal lovers and curious visitors to the dedicated reptile pavilion for the past seven years.
The Reptile Pavilion is a
A quarter of the world's mammals are threatened with extinction, an international survey showed on Monday, and the destruction of habitats and hunting are the major causes.
The report, the most comprehensive to date by 1,700 researcher