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Apr 22, 2019
Earth Day 2019: We need to protect our species to prevent a global ecosystem collapseEvery species has a role to play in maintaining a balance in the natural world — relationships that are under threat today.
Mar 19, 2019
Overfishing, coral reef degradation threaten rare parrotfish species in AndamanProtected areas like coral & algal cover significantly affect the distribution & abundance of these fish.
Mar 06, 2018
Indonesian villagers disembowel endangered Sumatran tiger, hang 'supernatural' creature from ceilingVillagers in a remote Indonesian community disemboweled a critically endangered Sumatran tiger and then hung the big cat from a ceiling after it attacked a pair of locals, a conservation official said Monday.
Dec 03, 2017
In unique rescue operation, Coast Guard rescues endangered Olive Ridley turtle near Andaman and Nicobar islandsThe Indian Coast Guard carried out a unique rescue operation on Sunday, freeing a trapped Olive Ridley turtle near the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Nov 20, 2017
IUCN report raises red flag over threat to biodiversity in Western Ghats, says it can affect monsoonBiodiversity in the Western Ghats is facing a threat from forest loss, encroachment and conversion, the International Union for Conservation of Nature said in its report
Sep 03, 2017
At the GSLEP 2017 summit, a pledge to protect the snow leopard's future, and its habitatAt the GSLEP summit held in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan between 24-25 August, the governments of 12 countries where the snow leopard is found, committed to secure the future of these cats and pledged to protect the mountains they roam.
Jul 10, 2017
Malaysian border security foils bid to smuggle exotic pets into the country from ThailandMalaysia has foiled an attempt to smuggle dozens of bearded dragon lizards and tortoises into the country from neighboring Thailand to be sold as pets.
May 04, 2016
Spotty calculations? Cheetah numbers may be lower than estimated, says studyResearchers, including those from India, have found that the fastest land mammal is racing to extinction
Jun 17, 2013
Govt gives clearance to track Great Indian Bustard by satelliteThe Great Indian Bustard, one of the critically endangered flying bird species in the world, will soon be tracked by satellite by the Wildlife Institute of India to understand the movement of this rare bird and its preferred habitat.