A recent scientific study on the Tape seagrass (Enhalus acoroides), which has the longest leaves found in Indian waters and is a major carbon sink in the oceans has been published in the Journal of Threatened Taxa. A population decline has
Life can be interesting as well as calm nestled in the lap of the Himalayas. Landour, looking benignly from above, on the tourist beloved Mussoorie, has an enchanting tale to tell. Thunder rumbles as the clouds sweep in, sealing off the
Flowers and crops around the world have an equal right to brag, be it for nutrition or beautific value. Pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum) (Location of Photograph: Banda University of Agriculture and Technology, Banda, U.P.) Picture courtesy: Dr. Pankaj Kumar Ojha, Assistant Professor, BUAT,
The Biodiversity of Satpura has many tales to tell, with the forest unpretentiously growing on the traveller’s psyche till its captures the heart of those who wander in the beckoning woods. “There is pleasure in the pathless woods” said Lord Byron.
A birding trip to Chopta and Tunganath in the Western Himalayan landscape unfolded true gems and memories to treasure for posterity. When I heard of an upcoming birding trip to Chopta, Uttarkhand, my wife and I signed up at once. A
While surveying for wildlife in Spiti, our researcher came across his study species in the most unexpected forms—as impressions on the valley’s ancient rocks and boulders, leading him to speculate about the people and wildlife that inhabited these parts several
Located at the southernmost tip of the large central Indian Tiger landscape, Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary in present-day Telangana, became India’s 42nd Tiger Reserve in 2012. With its gigantic teak stands and varied endemic fauna, the reserve forms an important corridor