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Corbett has most tigers in India; none left in Dampa, Buxa and Palamu reserves, says report
India

Corbett has most tigers in India; none left in Dampa, Buxa and Palamu reserves, says report

In the state-wise distribution of tigers, Madhya Pradesh had the highest number of the big cats at 526 followed by Karnataka at 524 and 442 in Uttarakhand

Watch: Rajinikanth explores the wildnerness with Bear Grylls in a new teaser for Into The Wild
Entertainment

Watch: Rajinikanth explores the wildnerness with Bear Grylls in a new teaser for Into The Wild

The Into the Wild teaser sees Rajinikanth traversing wilderness and facing dangers with British survivalist and TV presenter Bear Grylls

Rajinikanth's episode of Into the Wild with Bear Grylls to premiere on 23 March; teaser unveiled
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Rajinikanth's episode of Into the Wild with Bear Grylls to premiere on 23 March; teaser unveiled

Almost a month after British adventurer Bear Grylls and south superstar Rajinikanth shot for Discovery Channel's show Into the Wild in Karnataka's national park, the channel released a teaser of the episode and announced that it will premiere on 23 March.

Bear Grylls shares a sneak peek of Rajnikanth's 'blockbuster TV debut' with Into the Wild motion poster
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Bear Grylls shares a sneak peek of Rajnikanth's 'blockbuster TV debut' with Into the Wild motion poster

The Into the Wild motion poster sees Rajnikanth and Grylls posing on the bonnet of an off-road vehicle in the forest.

Rajinikanth thanks Bear Grylls post Man vs Wild shoot, calls it an 'unforgettable experience'
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Rajinikanth thanks Bear Grylls post Man vs Wild shoot, calls it an 'unforgettable experience'

As per reports, Rajinikanth will shoot on 28 January for Bear Grylls' Man Vs Wild, while Akshay Kumar is expected to join him on 30 January

Wildlife Week 2019: Tragic tale of 'man-eating' tigress Avni tells us so much about the climate crisis
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Wildlife Week 2019: Tragic tale of 'man-eating' tigress Avni tells us so much about the climate crisis

Avni achieved fame when a designer cologne was used to lure her but it failed, she was hunted and killed.

Wildlife Week 2019: India's tiger census points to an urgent need for peaceful ecosystems where humans, tigers coexist
India

Wildlife Week 2019: India's tiger census points to an urgent need for peaceful ecosystems where humans, tigers coexist

With 26,838 camera-traps that captured 76,523 tigers in the wild, coverage this census was 275% higher than 2014.

Wildlife Week 2019: India's tiger numbers have increased by 33% in 5 years, but that's not necessarily good news
India

Wildlife Week 2019: India's tiger numbers have increased by 33% in 5 years, but that's not necessarily good news

In 1968, a ban was implemented on tiger hunting and it was quickly followed by a ban on the export of skins.

61 of the 147 tigers rescued from Thai temple survive the change of location
science

61 of the 147 tigers rescued from Thai temple survive the change of location

The Department of Wildlife said that in-breeding lead to genetic problems which was a risk to the body and immune system.

Historical conservation efforts show with the tiger population numbers in India
science

Historical conservation efforts show with the tiger population numbers in India

India has come a long way in tiger conservation to ensure there is a steady rise in the population of tigers.

120 tigers trafficked each year, 2,300 tigers killed, trafficked this century: report
science

120 tigers trafficked each year, 2,300 tigers killed, trafficked this century: report

Skins are the single most frequently seized tiger part, on average 58 whole tiger skins seized each year.

How does India’s tiger conservation policy impact the local people and the forest?
India

How does India’s tiger conservation policy impact the local people and the forest?

PM Modi released tiger census figures last week, that records an increase in tiger numbers from 2014- 2018.

Saving tiger reserves can reap trillions in economic, ecological benefits: Report
India

Saving tiger reserves can reap trillions in economic, ecological benefits: Report

Forests, wetlands & species benefitting from tiger conservation impact the health of ecosystems & the water cycle.

Tiger numbers in India have doubled since 2006, but their uneven distribution countrywide doesn't spell success
India

Tiger numbers in India have doubled since 2006, but their uneven distribution countrywide doesn't spell success

The report brings out the shrinking presence of tigers outside tiger reserves in the country and calls for sustainable approach to tiger conservation.

International Tiger Day: Signatories to announce progress on declaration to double population of big cat by 2022, take quiz to know more
India

International Tiger Day: Signatories to announce progress on declaration to double population of big cat by 2022, take quiz to know more

International Tiger Day is observed on 29 July as a reminder of the agreement to raise awareness about the decline of the global tiger population, which was signed by countries at the Saint Petersburg Tiger Summit in Russia in 2010.

Ranthambore's star tigress Machhli finds a place in Katy Yocom's book Three Ways to Disappear
Life

Ranthambore's star tigress Machhli finds a place in Katy Yocom's book Three Ways to Disappear

Many of the tiger scenes in the book Three Ways to Disappear are based on actual experiences of Katy Yocom spotting Machhli. While at its heart the book is about family tragedies, lost connections and a seemingly failing marriage, endangered tiger conservation in the Aravalli forests forms the epicenter of the novel’s plot

Rajasthan's Sariska may become tiger-less again, fear experts, as male relocated to reserve dies; forest department sends SOS to NTCA
India

Rajasthan's Sariska may become tiger-less again, fear experts, as male relocated to reserve dies; forest department sends SOS to NTCA

The Rajasthan Forest Department has requested the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) in New Delhi to review the entire translocation done so far and suggest a viable option.

The striped mystery of Gujarat
India

The striped mystery of Gujarat

Guest of Gujarat this tiger may be, but the buzz it has started attracting refuses to die down

Increased tiger population brings new challenges; dealing with habitat loss, man-animal conflict is key
India

Increased tiger population brings new challenges; dealing with habitat loss, man-animal conflict is key

Many tiger reserves in the country are either reaching the saturation point or have attained one. So, does that mean we don’t have space for new tigers?