Asian Species Said to Be at Risk of Extinction

Asian Species Said to Be at Risk of Extinction

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The U.S-based Wildlife Conservation Society says Asian governments must take action to protect Asian species that are at a conservation crossroads.

The species include the tiger, orangutans, Mekong giant catfish, Asian rhinos, Asian giant river turtles and Asian vultures, a release from the society’s New York headquarters said. The WCS is urging governments to follow a “Three R’s” approach to conservation: recognition, responsibility and recovery.

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