On Tuesday August 2nd 2011 a group of 3 Chinese crocodile liards (Shinisaurus crocodilurus) flew from the Netherlands to Finland as part of the studbook breeding program coordinated by the European Studbook Foundation.
TSA News. By Brian Horne on March 18, 2010 Brian Horne is a post-doc turtle biologist. He serves as Vice-Chair of the TSA's Field Conservation Committee and serves on the TSA Advisory Committee.
Shortly after arriving in the small town of ...read more
The Chinese crocodile lizard (Shinisaurus crocodilurus) is an extremely rare monotypic lizard species which is found in the Guanxi and Guangdong provinces in the south of China and, as more recent studies indicate, in the Quang Ninh province in th...read more
De toekomst van de stekelaardschildpad (Heosemys spinosa) in gevaar door de palmolie-industrie op Borneo
Sunday, January 16 2011 Article Archive
Palmolie is hot. Naast sojaproductie wordt palmolie de laatste jaren steeds vaker gebruikt in tal van producten variërend van wasmiddelen tot levensmiddelen (chips en margarine).
Met een in ...read more
Aanwezig: Henk Zwartepoorte, Rob Verhoeks, Peter Bulsing, Laurens Woldring, Sjef Ramaekers, Ruurd van Donkelaar (verslag).
Stamboek Testudo marginata
We hebben een nieuwe co- stamboekhouder bij het Marginata stamboek: Gert Jaap v...read more
July 8, 2010 the already nineth import since 2002 of Hong Kong SAR confiscated turtles arrived at Amsterdam airport Netherlands. All Hong Kong animals are imported by the Turtle Survival Alliance Europe (TSA- Europe) and handed over to the Europea...read more
Wild caught and trade in reptiles appeared to be compelling points. Reptile forums play an indirect role in this.
The 15th CITES meeting of the Conference of Parties (CoP15) was held from the 13th until the 25th of March 2010 at Doha, Qata...read more