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In a tiny, remote region of Myanmar, scientists have discovered 19 new species of strikingly patterned geckos.These lizards were found in isolated limestone hills and towers (known as karst) within a small area of 90 kilometers by 50 kilometers (56 miles by 31 miles), and are most likely restricted to these limestone blocks, the researchers...

The forests of Karen state are a conservationist's dream. Ranging from teak trees to bamboo, they contain some of the most iconic species of endangered mammals in the world. "This includes things like tigers, leopards, elephants, bears — all of these species of huge global significance," said Clare Campbell, executive director of Karen Wildlife...

Featured on the BBC World Service:At the other end of Thailand in the north-west, is the long border with Myanmar, formerly known as Burma. And here thousands of square miles of teak and bamboo forest have been largely preserved by seven decades of civil conflict. The local Karen people live in refugee camps just inside...

The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland was awarded €20,000 by the EAZA (European Association of Zoo and Aquaria)/ IUCN SSC to support KWCI tiger surveys and protection. The funds will buy additional camera traps for identifying areas where tigers are present and provide data on their movements and reproductive condition. In addition, tiger occupied areas...

KWCI acknowledges the vision and courage of one our founding donors. Martin’s generosity, guidance and support will ensure his legacy lives on in the protection of wildlife in this pristine corner of the world that he cared so deeply about.Martin Copley visiting Karen State, Burma in 2014....