New Plant Species of Camphor Discovered in the Western Ghats

May 23, 2015
Discovery

A new tree species has been discovered in the Western Ghats, the leaves and stem …Read the Rest

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Artificial Coral Reef Structures create Ecosystems and Boost Livelihood

Artificial Coral Reef Structures create Ecosystems and Boost Livelihood
May 21, 2015
Conservation

It might not be the real thing, but for fish swimming in southern Indian coastal …Read the Rest

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Wildsense: A Gaming App for Citizen Scientists

Wildsense: A Gaming App for Citizen Scientists
May 11, 2015
Reviews

This piece of news is particularly an interesting one for wildlife enthusiasts who also love …Read the Rest

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Declining Population of Large Herbivores may turn the Planet to Barren Landscapes

Declining Population of Large Herbivores may turn the Planet to Barren Landscapes
May 9, 2015
Threats

Herbivores or plant eating animals are found on every continent of the earth other than …Read the Rest

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Millions of Olive Ridley Turtles Hatch in India’s Largest Rookery

Millions of Olive Ridley Turtles Hatch in India’s Largest Rookery
May 7, 2015
Conservation

It is that time of the year again when the east coast of India comes …Read the Rest

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Grey Hornbills at Dusk- Book Review

Grey Hornbills at Dusk- Book Review
April 4, 2015
Books

Amrita Sharma reviews for India’s Endangered, Grey Hornbills at Dusk by Bulbul Sharma Delhi is …Read the Rest

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Villagers Plan Wedding of Sparrows on World Sparrow Day

Villagers Plan Wedding of Sparrows on World Sparrow Day
March 24, 2015
General

It was a wedding that had an invitation list of more than a 1000 guests. …Read the Rest

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Eco Travel: Dachigam National Park, Jammu & Kashmir

Eco Travel: Dachigam National Park, Jammu & Kashmir
February 21, 2015
Eco-Travel

A monthly focus on one of the many national parks and wildlife sanctuaries of India. …Read the Rest

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Pigeon Brains Work just like Children

Pigeon Brains Work just like Children
February 10, 2015
Research

Their brains may be pea-sized, but a new study on pigeons reveal that the bird …Read the Rest

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IUCN Concerned about World Heritage Sites of India

IUCN Concerned about World Heritage Sites of India
January 27, 2015
Threats

A recent report by the Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has brought forth the …Read the Rest

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India’s Tiger Numbers Rise to 2226

India’s Tiger Numbers Rise to 2226
January 21, 2015
General

There is a big reason to hail India’s conservation efforts. The tiger population of the …Read the Rest

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Leopards Prefer to Live Near Human Habitats

Leopards Prefer to Live Near Human Habitats
January 12, 2015
Research

An international study of radio-collared leopards in India has led to an unusual and unexpected …Read the Rest

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Butterfly Photos could Help you Win!

Butterfly Photos could Help you Win!
January 11, 2015
General

We are searching for butterflies this month and you can help! If you have captured …Read the Rest

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Tiny National Park Showcases Huge Butterfly Diversity

Tiny National Park Showcases Huge Butterfly Diversity
January 8, 2015
Discovery

Gorumara National Park in West Bengal is one of the smallest known national parks of …Read the Rest

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Humpback Whale

Humpback Whale
January 6, 2015
Species facts

www.indiasendangered.com HUMPBACK WHALE (Megaptera novaeangliae) Least Concern (LC) on the IUCN Red List Included on …Read the Rest

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Humpback Whales Sing at Night to Hunt and Communicate

Humpback Whales Sing at Night to Hunt and Communicate
January 5, 2015
Research

What is similar between a clock and a humpback whale? The tick-tock sound! In a …Read the Rest

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