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Day’s Special

A mother’s dilemma as witnessed by Sudipta Chakraborty while visiting Pench. Pench - the name evocates the memories of childhood stories from Kipling’s Jungle Book. Home to SherKhan, Mowgli, Bageera and Bhaloo, Pench is steeped in our psyche with feelings of

Otters play an integral role in preserving the integrity of aquatic, particularly riverine ecosystems, of which they form an essential part. Our contributor, a research scholar at the Wildlife Institute of India, has spent many moons observing these mammals at

Olive Ridleys (Lepidochelys olivacea) are the smallest of all other turtles. They owe their name to the colour of the carapace and skin, which varies from grey to green over different periods of their lives. Our contributors finally realised their

  From the editor’s desk: On the occasion of Internation Women’s Day, Sree Nandy – our CEO and Editor-in-chief, powerhouse, entrepreneur, and educator extraordinaire gives us a glimpse into her personal journey so far. We at SAEVUS wish all our readers

The theme for this year's World Wildlife Day is 'Forests and Livelihood: Sustaining People and Planet'. In this special feature, Dr. Naveen Pandey gives an insightful account of forest conservation measures in Asia - their successes, lessons to be learned and

The Ramsar Convention’s broad definition of wetlands can be used to describe some 27000 odd waterbodies in India; although the country has been oddly neglectful of these which have, directly or indirectly, been the source of life and livelihood of

Ever heard of whale sharks begging for food and playing like adorable puppies? Here is a small anecdote from Cenderawasih Bay in Papua, Indonesia involving playful whale shark and human interaction. Can a 15-meter whale shark ask for food from a

This World Elephant Day, raise your voices to ban the practice of wildlife trade, taking responsibility to put an end to the exploitation of wild animals forever. “The days were serene and always enjoyable. I was surrounded by my parents and

Celebrating International Tiger Day with some hard-hitting facts, as the author points out the inherent hypocrisy involved in tiger shows and entertainment centres in Thailand perpetuating untold cruelty upon tigers, all for the entertainment of man. In 2016, 147 tigers were