Greenpeace calls on the Indonesian government to stop deforestation - 29 Sep 2011  
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On September 26, 2011, environmental organization Greenpeace calls on the Indonesian government to halt the devastating loss to clear-cutting of one million hectares of forest every year, to save the remaining habitat of an estimated 400 Sumatran tigers left in the wild.

Fife Nature Records Center in Scotland announced on September 23, 2011 that the tiny and rare land animal known as the plaited door snail, with a unique shell containing up to 11 spirals, or whorls, has been rediscovered for the first time in 110 years.