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There is a lot of debate on the question of reinforcing tiger conservation in the country. The following narrative and images proves a telling point by showing how indirectly the habitat conservation of tigers leads to the conservation of many

A moonlit night at the southernmost tip of the Indian islands in the company of giant Leatherbacks laying their clutches of eggs on shore, promises to be an experience of a lifetime. The author recounts his adventure of seeing the endangered

A little awareness, a little compassion and a little common sense can go a long way to make the country safer for wildlife. Leopard cub who was left paralysed after highway accident, learns to walk again with the help of Wildlife

The survival technique of thanatosis, or in colloquial terms, “playing dead” is characterized by cessation of voluntary activity in an animal, where the said animal assumes a posture suggestive of death and decay. The animal kingdom is full of varied astonishing and intriguing

One of the rarest species of nuthatches in the world, the Beautiful Nuthatch has seen its localised habitats reduce due to logging and forest clearance to make way for human habitation. The Beautiful Nuthatch—one of the largest nuthatches—is also one of

Welcome to the Hoollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary, with its tall canopies bearing silent witness to the harsh passages of time. Home to the famous Hoolock gibbon, this area inspires awe while prodding us to do better by the fauna that

As part of the World Wetland Day celebrations, we present to you the conservation efforts of a small feline belonging to the wetlands – the Fishing Cat The Fishing Cat February was started last year by the International Fishing Cat Working

A 7-year-old female leopard was rescued from a 50 ft deep well in Maharashtra by Wildlife SOS & the Forest Department and after mandatory observation, has been released back into the wild. In an unexpected turn of events, an adult leopardess

What makes a snake leave its common habitat and move to areas which are not a part of its range? Follow the account of a Saw-scaled viper, found in southern West Bengal. It was the 23rd of July, 2018. We were