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Sunday, May 19, 2013
Two-day annual herbivores census in Gir forests
Several forest officials on Tuesday began a two-day annual census on herbivore animals in the Gir National Park and sanctuary.
Researchers discover world`s sharpest hearing animal
The humble moth has been identified as the world`s sharpest hearing animal, according to new research.
Baby Olive Ridley turtles pop up along Gahirmata beach
Surfacing of millions of baby Olive Ridley marine turtles along the serene Gahirmatha beach along Odisha coast has cheered conservationists across the globe.
Kerala opposed to extending eco-sensitive zone width
Kerala government today said it was not in favour of extending eco-sensitive zone areas where there are human settlements near national parks and wildlife sanctuaries.
Billions of cicadas set to overrun the East Coast of the United States
The US East Coast residents can expect an invasion by cicadas any day now as billions of them will be emerging out of the earth to mate after 17 years of living underground.
Kerala forests now have nearly 100 tigers
The number of tigers in Kerala`s forests has gone up to 100 due to excellent protection measures for the wildlife, an official said Tuesday.
Goa begins trials to establish tiger presence in its forests
The Goa Forest department will post-monsoon take up the exercise to establish presence of tigers in its wildlife sanctuaries, nestled in the Western Ghats, but the trials of the same have begun from t...
Black Sea `goldmine of ancient genetic data`
Researchers believe ancient plankton DNA might be widely preserved in Black Sea lake sediments and can likely be used to reconstruct past life in the majority of oceanic and lake environments.
Climate change, not humans, may be behind demise of gigantic animals
A new research has challenged the claim that humans were primarily responsible for the demise of the megafauna in a proposed "extinction window" between 40,000 and 50,000 years ago, and pointed the fi...
Whale shark pup rescued off Gujarat coast
Experts working on whale shark conservation are studying the phenomenon which indicates the giant fish swims all the way from Australian shores to Gujarat to reproduce.
Goa asked to send proposal for tiger reserve
Scientists warn over Arctic Ocean’s rapid acidification
Gayatri Pariwar set to clean Nepal river, temple
Amazon nations` observation center to protect rain forest
Baby giraffe dead, hours after birth at Lucknow zoo
Elephant calf rescued in Assam
Pollution leads to brighter clouds, cooler climate
Migratory birds continue winter sojourn in Chilika lake
Guj tourists may get to see Asiatic lions in Amreli
Afforestt creates first urban jungle in Kerala
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