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26 new species found in Myanmar region rife with poachers
World Bulletin, 14 Jun 2014

Myanmar痴 development threatens species, wildlife group says
The Spokesman Review, 06 Jun 2014

Burma Home to 26 New Species Discoveries in 2012-13
The Irrawaddy, 05 Jun 2014

New relative of the 'penis snake', or Caecilian, discovered in Myanmar
Mongabay.com, 17 Apr  2014

Myanmar faces new conservation challenges as it opens up to the world
Mongabay.com, 04 Oct 2013

Myanmar At The Crossroads: Conservationists See Opportunities And Challenges In Biodiversity Hotspot
Red Orbit, 31 Jul 2013

Project to protect rare Burmese snub-nosed monkey gets UK funding
BBC News, 06 Mar 2012

Camera traps snap first ever photo of Myanmar snub-nosed monkey
Mongabay.com, 10 Jan 2012

Taiwan to help build transitional refuge for turtles in Burma
Focus Taiwan, 28 Feb 2011

Fewer birds sighted at Inle Lake this season
Myanmar Times, Burma, 01 Feb 2011

New species of snub-nosed monkey discovered in Burma
BBC News, 27 Oct 2010

Dipping tiger tally cause for concern
ZeeNews.com, 28 Jun 2010

Wildlife disappearing in Arakan region of Burma
Narinjara, Arakan, Burma, 07 Apr 2010

Burma Save
Grist Magazine, 13 Sep 2005