Allison Meier (2018). How a Fake Monster Crept Into our Museums. Hyperallergic. 15 January.
Xinhua (2018). Ugandan tourism ministry hails China's "fantastic" ivory trade ban. Xinhua. 4 January.
Simon Denyer (2017). Ivory sales in China finally end this month. But elephants aren't yet safe.. The Washington Post. 14 December.
Rachel Olding (2017). Australian antiques dealer facing prison term in US for wildlife smuggling. The Sydney Morning Herald. 19 November.
Bibi van der Zee, Olivier Milman (2017). US to allow imports of elephant trophies from Zimbabwe. The Guardian. 16 November.
BBC News (2017). China butterfly smugglers jailed and fined by Jinan court. BBC News. 8 November.
Ben Crair (2017). Thieves Are Breaking Into Zoos and Stealing Rare Animals. National Geographic. 3 November.
Thomas Marks (2017). It's time to talk about the ivory trade. Apollo. 30 October.
Rupert Reid (2017). UK finally steps-up to Chinese ivory efforts. Sino. 9 October.
From Rhino horns to Egyptian jewels - these are the items that have been stolen from Leicester's museums( )
Dan Martin (2017). From Rhino horns to Egyptian jewels - these are the items that have been stolen from Leicester's museums. Leicester Mercury. 4 October.
Kyle Swenson (2017). He smuggled a rhino horn artifact out of Miami, but the feds were watching. The Washington Post. 2 October.
Gareth Harris (2017). Guggenheim withdraws animal works from Chinese art show after 'threats of violence'. The Art Newspaper. 26 September.
Asia Times (2017). Taiwan and Vietnamese men arrested for illegal logging. Asia Times. 22 September.
Associated Press (2017). Ivory Dealer Goes Undercover to Help Bust Wildlife Smuggler. US News and World Report. 19 September.
Fiona Tapp (2017). The Cactus Poachers of Phoenix who are Ruining the Arizona Desert. The Independent. 14 September.
Lyndsie Bourgon (2017). How Forest Forensics Could Prevent the Theft of Ancient Trees. Smithsonian. 6 September.
Kiri Gillespie (2017). Man heartbroken after 50 year bonsai collection stolen. Bay of Plenty Times. 2 September.
Anna Sansom (2017). South Africa's first legal auction of rhinoceros horn fails to attract buyers. The Art Newspaper. 28 August.
Zoe Todd (2017). It belongs in a museum: Bones stolen from Edmonton archaeological site. CBC. 9 August.
Steven Lee Myers (2017). Weaning Itself From Elephant Ivory, China Turns to Mammoths. The New York Times. 6 August.
Luis Ferré-Sadurní (2017). Manhattan Antique Dealers Plead Guilty to Selling Illegal Elephant Ivory. The New York Times. 26 July.
SwissInfo (2017). Feather thief behind bars after CHF6 million museum raids. SwissInfo. 5 July.
David Sanderson (2017). Whale graffiti artist also stole coccyx from Natural History Museum. The Times. 4 July.
Associated Press (2017). Looters strip Greek mountains of wild tea, rare plants. The Daily Mail. 2 July.
Davis Hovey (2017). Confusion over legalities is hurting Alaskan ivory market, locals say. KTOO. 20 June.
National Geographic (2017). Inside the Multi-million-dollar World of Eel Trafficking. National Geographic. 13 June.
Somjit Rungjamrasrassamee (2017). Stolen tusks returned but suspected 'hermit' thief still at large. The Nation. 12 June.
Sadab Kitatta (2017). Uganda: Ivory Scam - Shame As Uganda Apologises to China. All Africa. 12 June.
Somjit Rungjamrasrassamee (2017). Police locate centuries-old carved elephant tusks stolen from Karen village. The Nation. 11 June.
Assawin Pinitwong (2017). Ancient carved tusks stolen from Karen village. Bangkok Post. 10 June.
Praveen Kumar (2017). Ten sandalwood poachers arrested, four absconding. Bangalore Mirror. 30 May.
Lindsay Freed (2017). Stolen UVM rhino horn could be headed for black market, officials say. The Vermont Cynic. 12 May.
Carrie Collins-Fadell (2017). The Case of the Spontaneous Goldfish: Is This Art Museum Ignoring an Opportunity?. Nonprofit Quarterly. 8 May.
Taylor Dobbs (2017). UVM Offers Reward For Stolen Rhino Horn. VPR. 3 May.
Neil Connor (2017). Booming trade in mammoth ivory fuels fears over elephants. The Telegraph. 2 May.
BBC News (2017). Mammoth tusk haul seized by Chinese customs. BBC News. 13 April.
Ahmed Ali (2017). Police, NGOs tie up to curb smuggling. The Times of India. 11 April.
Jeremy Hsu (2017). The Hard Truth about the Rhino Horn "Aphrodisiac" Market. Scientific American. 5 April.
Irishman known as the King of the Travellers loses $20MILLION libel suit against US magazine's piece on his involvement in rhino horn theft( )
John Breslin (2017). Irishman known as the King of the Travellers loses $20MILLION libel suit against US magazine's piece on his involvement in rhino horn theft. The Irish Sun. 22 March.
The Local (2017). Poachers kill rhino and saw off its horn at zoo near Paris. The Local. 8 March.
Rare crocodile shark found for the first time on UK beach could have been victim of exotic wildlife traders( )
Mark Molloy (2017). Rare crocodile shark found for the first time on UK beach could have been victim of exotic wildlife traders. The Telegraph. 2 March.
Ilan Ben Zion (2017). Minister offers Turkish mayor elephants for ancient Hebrew inscription. The Times of Israel. 23 February.
Martin Levy (2017). We can preserve elephants AND conserve art. Apollo. 7 February.
Olga Gertcyk (2017). Warning of vandalism to mammoth graveyards in Arctic from unscrupulous bone hunters. The Siberian Times. 25 January.
Bikram Grewal (2017). The Fraudster and the Little Bird. Ahmendabad Mirror. 23 January.
Pacific Standard (2017). Wildlife for Sale: Jaguars are the News Trafficking Victims in Bolivia. Pacific Standard. 6 January.
Michaela Boland (2017). Mossgreen, Leonard Joel clash over call to ban ivory, rhino horn sales. The Australian. 3 January.
Edward Wong (2016). China Bans Its Ivory Trade, Moving Against Elephant Poaching. The New York Times. 30 December.
The Northland Age (2016). Outrage at unprovoked vandalism of ancient tree. The Northland Age. 6 December.
Nick Davies (2016). Revealed: how senior Laos officials cut deals with animal traffickers. The Guardian. 27 September.
John Vidal (2016). UK to crack down on illegal ivory sales. The Guardian. 21 September.
Noelle McElhatton (2016). UK ivory ban threat: 'government WILL consult antiques industry'. Antiques Trade Gazette. 21 September.
The Leader (2016). Thirty works of art recovered in Torrevieja. The Leader. 11 September.
Karin Brulliard (2016). Rhinos being killed for horn's value as collectible, study finds. Portland Press Herald. 10 September.
Alison Flood (2016). Antlers Hunter S Thompson stole from Hemingway's home returned to family. The Guardian. 15 August.
TNN (2016). 'Smugglers' fell sandalwood trees. The Times of India. 20 July.
Don Pinnock (2016). North Korean diplomats implicated in illegal rhino horn trade – report. The Guardian. 15 July.
S. Vijay Kumar (2016). DRI crackdown nets huge haul of red sanders, idols. The Hindu. 11 July.
Christopher Jones (2016). What Central Africa's War on Poaching Can Teach Us About Fighting the Plunder of Antiquities. Hyperallergic. 5 July.
Damian Carrington (2016). Legal ivory sale drove dramatic increase in elephant poaching, study shows. The Guardian. 13 June.
Jonathan Romeo (2016). Missing taxidermy sheep reappears – without its clothes. The Durango Herald. 3 June.
Darryl Fears (2016). Antique dealers say the new federal ivory ban will cost them up to $12 billion. The Washington Post. 2 June.
Paul Tukker (2016). Missing: Horse skull from Yukon's Carcross desert. CBC. 30 May.
The Siasat Daily (2016). Archaeology Dept. ramps up security at Qutub Shahi Tombs, in the wake of Sandal Wood theft. The Siasat Daily. 29 May.
The Hindu (2016). 10 sandalwood trees stolen from Qutb Shahi tombs premises. The Hindu. 25 May.
Heidi Vogt (2016). Kenya Set for Record Ivory Burning. The Wall Street Journal. 29 April.
G. Ravikiran (2016). Theft of teak trees of temple near Nellore: teams formed to nab accused. The Hindu. 19 April.
Mark Wilding (2016). Inside the Ballsy Irish Traveller Gang That Stole Millions of Pounds Worth of Rhino Horn. Vice. 5 April.
Alexander Britton (2016). 'Rathkeale Rovers' gang members jailed over multi-million euro rhino horn spree. Irish Independent. 4 April.
Press Association (2016). 'Rathkeale Rovers' to be sentenced over museum raids plot. Press Association. 4 April.
John R. Platt (2016). Faking Out Poachers With 3-D-Printed Sea Turtle Eggs. Takepart. 24 March.
Jason Motlagh (2016). A Life-or-Death Hunt for Tree Thieves. National Geographic. 14 March.
Jill Tucker (2016). Saratoga man charged with selling art made of elephant ivory. SFGate. 9 March.
BBC News (2016). Museum raids: Cambridge Fitzwilliam unlikely to get jade back, says expert. BBC News. 1 March.
Cahil Milmo (2016). Museums spending too little to prevent artefacts being stolen from their collections, expert warns. The Independent. 1 March.
Leo Hornak (2016). Failed rhino heist brings Dead Zoo Gang to justice. PRI. 1 March.
Pete Walker (2016). Fourteen men convicted of plotting to steal £57m of Chinese artefacts. The Guardian. 1 March.
Rathkeale Rovers: How an enthusiastic gardener and his Leylandii trimmings helped to bring gang leaders to justice( )
Paul Peachey (2016). Rathkeale Rovers: How an enthusiastic gardener and his Leylandii trimmings helped to bring gang leaders to justice. The Independent. 29 February.
Spalding Guardian (2016). 'We think owl Kevin was stolen to order' – Baytree Owl Centre manager. Spalding Guardian. 25 February.
Carmen Duarte (2016). Marana police arrest man in connection to stolen cacti. Arizona Daily Star. 27 January.
Stephen Montemayor (2016). St. Cloud State professor pleads guilty to trafficking up to $1.5 million in rhino horn, ivory. Star Tribune. 13 January.
Associated Press (2016). Ancient elk bones returned to MSU museum after 32 years. Detroit Free Press. 11 January.
Arthur Neslen (2016). Poachers using science papers to target newly discovered species. The Guardian. 1 January.
The Malaysian Insider (2015). Perhilitan director pleads not guilty to rhino horn theft. The Malaysian Insider. 28 December.
The Malay Mail (2015). Government department director arrested over alleged theft of rhino horn from museum. The Malay Mail. 26 December.
The Scotsman (2015). Giraffe tongue among 103 items stolen from National Museum. The Scotsman. 23 December.
Adele Ramos (2015). $60 mil lost due to illegal logging by Guats over 174 square miles of Belize. Amadala. 19 December.
May Titthara (2015). Apsara Acts on Koh Ker Logging. Khmer Times. 7 December.
Rosaline Walters (2015). Police hunt serial thief after expensive bonsai trees stolen at Cabramatta West. The Daily Telegraph. 13 October.
Express News Service (2015). Kerala Forest Department Seizes Sandal Idols Worth Rs 1.5 Crore. The New Indian Express. 6 October.
ASU News (2015). Study: Collectors plundering cactuses to extinction. ASU News. 5 October.
Ameena Schelling (2015). Entire SPECIES Found Piled In Shipping Crate. The Dodo. 11 July.
Chase Olivarius-Mcallister (2015). Have you seen this plant?. The Durango Herald. 10 July.
The Northland Age (2015). Kauri gum theft 'devastating'. The Northland Age. 9 June.
Christine Clarridge (2015). Valuable bonsai recovered after theft from Federal Way museum. Seattle Times. 20 May.
Leah Todd (2015). Valuable, 60-year-old bonsai stolen from Federal Way museum. Seattle Times. 18 May.
Courthouse News Service (2015). Texas Rhino-Horn Smuggler Sentenced. Courthouse News Service. 14 May.
Paul McEnroe (2015). St. Cloud State professor arrested, accused of smuggling ivory, rhinoceros horn. Star Tribune. 31 March.
Seham Saleh (2014). Sudan National Museum hit by half million dollar tree theft. Asharq Al-Aswat. 5 December.
Metthew Cooper (2014). Belfast man to face trial over rhino horns theft plot. Belfast Telegraph. 2 December.
James Ihaka (2014). Theft charge over One Tree Hill pine's remains. The New Zealand Herald. 26 November.
Paul Peachy (2014). The 'Rathkeale Rovers': 13 men charged with stealing rhino horns and museum antiquities. The Independent. 6 November.
Mike Clary (2014). Mummy delayed at customs arrives at science center. Sun Sentinel. 5 October.
Michael Cousineau (2014). Seized bagpipes to be returned to piping pair. Union Leader. 4 August.