The tiger was spotted on 18 April and 19 April in a camera trap set inside the park.
John Hume, a South African conservationist, has devoted 30 years and a vast fortune to the effort to save the rhinoceros. Hume will now auction off his largest rhino farm to the highest bidder this week due to a lack of funds
An estimated 13 lakh to 14 lakh migratory birds visited the wetlands of Kashmir, including areas protected by the wildlife department as well as those falling outside its jurisdiction, an official said
India, which has 70 per cent of the global wild tiger population, is considering translocating some big cats to Cambodia. The country declared tigers ‘functionally extinct’ in 2016 and is making efforts to reintroduce the carnivores
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Owing to a legal snag, officials in at least a dozen American states have little or no authority to protect insects, which is a growing problem for humans
An official on Wednesday said this is first time that a cub leopard has been spotted in the jungles of Asola since leopard sightings began a few years ago
Arctic precipitation is increasing throughout the year, and the seasons are shifting. Much of the new precipitation is now falling as rain, sometimes during the winter, disrupting daily life for humans, wildlife, and plants
The big cat is listed as vulnerable on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List because the global population is estimated to number fewer than 10,000 mature individuals and is expected to decline to about 10 per cent of that by 2040
The sighting of snow leopards is now becoming more and more frequent in Uttarakhand forest
China’s Belt and Road projects are intended to help emerging economies grow, but they also can have negative impacts — including environmental damage that hurts local communities or livelihoods
Wildlife experts say prolonged quarantine is taking a toll on the health of these big cats, who are slated to join the eight cheetahs imported from Namibia and released in KNP in Sheopur district in mid-September
Raveena Tandon is leaving behind the recent controversy on her visit to Madhya Pradesh’s Satpura Tiger Reserve with a smile. She talks to Firstpost about how she fell in love with wildlife, the magic of India’s forests, her encounters with tigers and the one animal she hopes to sight someday
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The deer jumped aside as the crocodile sprang out of the water and rushed at it, ready to snag the poor animal with his enormous jaws.
In the last four years, forest and tree cover has increased by 16,000 square kilometres. India is one of the few countries in the world where forest cover is increasing
After the continuous following, the elephant loses its cool, and turns back towards the vehicle to furiously chase them
Explained: How the arrival of cheetahs will benefit locals living around Madhya Pradesh's Kuno National Park
Tourism is likely to rise around Madhya Pradesh's Kuno-Palpur National after the arrival of the cheetahs, which will create new job opportunities for the local residents
Eight cheetahs are all ready to embark on their journey from Namibia to India. They will be put on a special cargo plane and on 17 September will be released by Narendra Modi in the Kuno-Palpur National Park