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ANIMAL INVESTIGATORS, How the World's First Wildlife Forensics Lab Is Solving Crimes and Saving Endangered Species
By Laurel A. Neme, PhD

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1 National Geographic: For Rangers on the Front Lines of Anti-Poaching Wars, Daily Trauma Laurel Neme
2 National Geographic: Hong Kong Set to Incinerate 29.6-Ton Ivory Stockpile in Largest Destruction to Date Laurel Neme
3 National Geographic: Brazilian Investigators Cracking the Case of Missing One-of-a-Kind Snake Laurel Neme
4 National Geographic: In Hong Kong, Kids Take Action to Stop the Illegal Ivory Trade Laurel Neme
5 National Geographic: Good News for Animals in Nepal: A Full Year Without Poaching Laurel Neme
6 National Geographic: London Summit Intensifies Battle Against Wildlife Crime Laurel Neme
7 National Geographic: New WildLeaks Website Invites Whistle-Blowers on Wildlife Crime Laurel Neme
8 National Geographic: Elephant Foster Mom: A Conversation with Daphne Sheldrick Laurel Neme
9 National Geographic: Ivory Mandala: A Fitting Memorial from the U.S. Ivory Crush Laurel Neme
10 Los Angeles Times: Terrorism and the Ivory Trade (OpEd) Laurel Neme
11 National Geographic: Al Shabaab and the Human Toll of the Illegal Ivory Trade Laurel Neme
12 National Geographic: A Powerful Weapon Against Ivory Smugglers: DNA Testing Laurel Neme
13 National Geographic: Chaos and Confusion Following Elephant Poaching in a Central African World Heritage Site Laurel Neme
14 National Geographic: Did Polar Bears Really Lose at CITES? Laurel Neme
15 National Geographic: New Promises Follow Elephant Slaughter in Chad and Cameroon Laurel Neme
16 Elephant and Rhino issues to be debated at CITES 16th Conference of Parties Laurel Neme
17 CITES 40th Anniversary: Reflections of CITES Secretary-General John Scanlon Laurel Neme
18 Overview of the CITES 16th Conference of Parties: Interview with CITES Secretary-General John Scanlon Laurel Neme
19 National Geographic: A Young Voice for Elephants: Celia Ho Laurel Neme
20 National Geographic: Poachers Capitalize on Chaos in Central Africa Laurel Neme
21 National Geographic: Elephants in Cameroon and Chad face Imminent Threat Laurel Neme
22 National Geographic: Elephant Poachers Caught in Chad, Protection Efforts Stepped Up Laurel Neme
23 Rescued Elephant Orphan Adopted by New Herd (on Animal Planet's "Animals in the News" Blog Laurel Neme
24 Elephant slaughter continues in Chad, another baby rescued Laurel Neme
25 President of Chad sends troops after elephant poachers Laurel Neme
26 Dozens of Elephants Massacred in Chad Laurel Neme
27 Protecting Mexico's Feathered Treasures Laurel Neme
28 The dark side of new species discovery Laurel Neme
29 Herpetology curator: behind-the-scenes of 'new species' discoveries Laurel Neme
30 Seahorses Under Stress Laurel Neme
31 Covert Creatures: The Clandestine Lives of Seahorses Laurel Neme
32 Shop so Orangutans don’t Drop Laurel Neme
33 Dung Beetles: Nature's Cleanup Crew Laurel Neme
34 Bird vs. Machine: How Wildlife Forensic Science Prevents Crashes Laurel Neme
35 Dung Beetles: A Sewage SWAT Team Laurel Neme
36 The Forgotten Bear Laurel Neme
37 Cambodia's Wildlife Pioneer: Saving Species and Places in Southeast Asia's Last Forest Laurel Neme
38 Coral Reef Opera Laurel Neme
39 Operation Jaguar: Poaching and Human-Wildlife Conflict Laurel Neme
40 Pet trade, palm oil, and poaching: the challenges of saving the 'forgotten bear' Laurel Neme
41 Interpol's Wildlife Crime Working Group Meeting, Forensic Science Medicine & Pathology Journal Laurel Neme
42 Wildlife's Most Wanted Laurel Neme
43 The secrets of animal TV: many nature shows rely on unethical tactics Laurel Neme
44 Teaching orangutans to be wild – orangutan rehabilitation Laurel Neme
45 The Problem-Solving Ape: What Makes Orangutans Special and Why They are Threatened Laurel Neme
46 Undercover for Animals: On the Frontline of Wildlife Crime in the US Laurel Neme
47 Animal Planet's "Animals in the News" Guest Blog Laurel Neme
48 Operation Jaguar: Busting a Poaching Ring Laurel Neme
49 Determining which birds cause airplanes to crash: an interview with a feather expert Laurel Neme
50 Frogs and friends at risk from booming global wildlife trade Laurel Neme
51 The role of wildlife conservation in human health Laurel Neme
52 The biology and conservation of declining coral reefs, an interview with Kristian Teleki Laurel Neme
53 Amazing reefs: how corals 'hear', an interview with Steve Simpson Laurel Neme
54 Dangerous and exploitative: a look at pet wild cats Laurel Neme
55 Top officials busted in Amazon logging raids, but political patronage may set them free Laurel Neme
56 The changing nature of illegal logging - and illegal logging investigations - in Brazil's Amazon Laurel Neme
57 Tiger farming and traditional Chinese medicine Laurel Neme
58 An interview with Rhett Butler Laurel Neme
59 Mexico has big role in the illegal parrot trade Laurel Neme
 
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