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Current News - 29/08/2005
Buddhist teachings and science to protect endangered wildlife in India and Nepal
His Holiness the Dalai Lama spoke at the launch of CFTWI's education and awareness initative to stem the illegal wildlife trade.
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CFTWI Elephant Alive workshop
Care for the Wild International (CFTWI) has funded a workshop that provides a forum for the discussion and debate of South African National Parks’ (SANParks) highly contentious proposal to reinstate elephant culling in Kruger National Park.
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Elephant celebrities
Don’t miss the unique opportunity to see CFTWI’s elephant orphans up close on BBC One’s “Elephant Diaries” , showing every day this week from 7pm.
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WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE TAKEN INTO A NEW AND EXCITING WORLD?
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Bail plea of accused in Delhi seizure rejected

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44 Leopard and 14 Otter Skins Seized in Delhi
Two Tibetans and one Nepali have been arrested in connection with the seizure on the very day that His Holiness the Dalai Lama launched a collaborative initiative to stop Tibetan involvement in illegal wildlife trade.
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Successful launch of new awareness campaign

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His Holiness the Dalai Lama supports awareness campaign to stop illegal wildlife trafficking
Tibetans living in India and Nepal have become increasingly involved in the illegal trafficking of wildlife. CFTWI and the Wildlife Trust of India have teamed up with the offices of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to change this situation.
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Illegal Ivory Investigation
Revealed: how growing demand for Central African ivory is threatening elephant populations
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Animals skinned alive in Chinese fur trade
A shocking catalogue of cruelty inflicted upon animals reared and slaughtered for their fur has been revealed after a year-long investigation into Chinese fur farms.
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<bTsunami Disaster> Tsunami Disaster
All of us at CFTWI are shocked and saddened at the enormous suffering and loss of life resulting from the tsunamis that ravaged the coastlines of southern Asia. Our hearts go out to all those who have been affected – both humans and animals.
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Gifts
An exciting range of gifts, cards and calendar. Available now.

Or order flowers from Sovereign Flying Florist who will donate 15% of the order to CFTWI Click here.
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CFTWI donates whale and dolphin ambulance
Handover of first ever ambulance dedicated to saving stranded whales and dolphins...
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Maui's Dolphin Mayday Appeal
CFTWI to aid protection of New Zealand's critically endangered Maui's dolphin
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Dr Dr Barbara Maas introduces CFTWI's new awareness campaign

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Shahtoosh Update 21st March 2004
Care for the Wild International successfully completes undercover sting on illegal Shahtoosh traders in India.
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Buddhist teachings and science to protect endangered wildlife in India and Nepal
<b>Buddhist teachings and science to protect endangered wildlife in India and Nepal</b>
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