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Feb 21, 2020
Alternate method to monitor lion population looks at whiskers, body marks to identify animalsConservation practices have enabled Asiatic lion population to recover from 50 to estimated 500 lions today.
Feb 19, 2020
Bear Grylls shares a sneak peek of Rajnikanth's 'blockbuster TV debut' with Into the Wild motion posterThe Into the Wild motion poster sees Rajnikanth and Grylls posing on the bonnet of an off-road vehicle in the forest.
Jan 06, 2020
Australia's wildfires undo decades of conservation work done on Kangaroo islandThe Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park is caring for about 18 burned koalas but had to euthanize many more.
Nov 20, 2019
Endangered Species Act at work: Rare butterflies and woodpecker species on a bomb rangeThe woodpecker is “an umbrella species” so conserving them helps the butterfly and other vulnerable species.
Oct 07, 2019
Wildlife Week 2019: How conserving nature's 'umbrella' species could benefit whole habitatsProtecting a single 'umbrella' species could achieve the same result as multiple projects targeted at several.
Oct 01, 2019
Wildlife Week 2019: India's tiger census points to an urgent need for peaceful ecosystems where humans, tigers coexistWith 26,838 camera-traps that captured 76,523 tigers in the wild, coverage this census was 275% higher than 2014.
Aug 07, 2018
3 elephants killed by speeding train in West Bengal's Jhargram district; not an isolated incident, says forest officerTwo adult elephants and a calf were hit by the Gyaneswari Express while crossing the tracks near Gidhni railway station, around 180 kilometres from Kolkata.
Feb 08, 2016
Humans vs Predator: Leopards are in conflict with residents in Bengaluru and are paying the priceIn Bengaluru alone, four leopards were run over and killed by speeding vehicles over the past four years. Across Karnataka state, around 25 leopards were run over in the same period.
Feb 08, 2016
Six critical areas where the new national wildlife plan falls shortTo be effective, the National Wildlife Plan needs to be flexible enough to absorb scientific advances and learn from experiences.