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The Animal Kingdom

They say a tiger’s hunt is an amazing thing to behold – an adrenalin rushed experience where you can feel the emotions of both the predator and the prey. Hemant Krishnani recalls the day when he saw the scene unfold

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

What does it mean to understand another life form? Leopards are intelligent, adaptive, and elusive. Their skills ensure their survival in densely populated cities. Their elusiveness enthralls while defying human insistence on individuating them with nicknames and domesticating them with mythologies.

The underwater world hosts many a mysterious spectacle, but perhaps none are as extraordinary as the Sardine Run. Known as The Greatest Shoal on Earth, the Sardine Run is one of the planet's biggest migrations in terms of biomass. Our

It takes a keen eye to appreciate the small wonders of the world. Aditya Maru and his macro lens take us on a reflective, poetic journey to the Little Rann of Kutch and its magical microfauna.   “What draws us into the

Only over a thousand mountain gorillas exist in the wild today, with about half their population concentrated in Uganda. Bwindi impenetrable forest is one such site where trekkers can come up close and personal with these majestic primates.  The gorillas are

Travelling to the wildlands of Indian wilderness is a moving experience especially if you get to capture in-frame nature at its best. The Stag at Twilight   The sun was setting on the meadows of the Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve as I was

A trip down memory lane when our young guest editor, the 8-year-old Agastya shared his personal experiences of the amazing wildlife he encountered. Before I saw the Gaur in Chitwan National Park of Nepal, I used to think that the Yak

The signals sent in the natural world may seem strange to us, but are actually very clever means of communication. "I just couldn’t get through to you, the signal was too weak.” This remark is oft heard today when our cell