More than half of the tigers that Thai authorities confiscated in 2016 from an infamous Tiger Temple tourist attraction have died from a viral disease because their immune systems were weakened by inbreeding, media reported.
Scores of tigers rescued from infamous Thai temple have died: Media
Compensation needs to be recovered for the restoration of environment and for enforcing pollution norms, observed the Indian National Green Tribunal (NGT), while dismissing a set of pleas that sought squashing of orders passed by the Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) on compensation.
Recovery of compensation needed to restore environment, says Indian NGT
More than 2,000 medically preserved fetal remains were found at the Illinois home of a former Indiana abortion clinic doctor who died last week, authorities said.
Thousands of fetal remains found at home of former abortion doctor
Migrant women in the UK who have miscarriages are being wrongly charged £7,000 for antenatal care despite never going into labor, doctors and campaigners have warned.
Migrant women in UK who have miscarriages ‘wrongly charged for antenatal care’
Another dead dugong has been discovered floating in the Andaman Sea, between Koh Ya in Trang and Koh Ngai Island in Krabi, Thailand. The corpse was discovered by a local tour boat.
Another dead dugong found in Thailand
When the rains stopped coming two years ago, transforming Denise Reid's once flourishing banana fields into an expanse of desiccated wasteland, she was bewildered at first.
Battling for survival on frontier of climate change in Jamaica
In the hurricane-battered Bahamas, the government and charitable organizations are struggling to cope with the incoming flood of donations, a global surge of solidarity that is often excessive and sometimes useless.
Bahamas drowning in flood of donations after Dorian
The Persian word Abr means "the cloud" and Abr Forest area is the name of a beautiful forest on northern Iran whose sky is full of clouds. The place is one of the most popular natural attractions for leisure time and holidays for tourists interested in getting closer to the nature.
Abr Forest surrounded by clouds
The indigenous people of Ecuador's wind-whipped alpine tundra of Quimsacocha face a stark choice, according to their leader, Yaku Perez.
Water or Gold? Eternal question nags Ecuador tribes
For decades pollution in China has paralleled economic growth. But this connection has been weakened in recent years, according to a new international research study published in the Science Advances journal.
Environmental pollution in China decreases

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