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Tiger census: Expert group questions methodology adopted
Tiger census: Expert group questions methodology adopted

A day after tiger census declared a 30 per cent jump in big cat population, a wildlife expert group questioned the procedure India adopted for the estimation, saying the method used cannot yield "sufficiently refined results" to accurately measure changes in tiger numbers.

Vulture population rising in Cambodia

Vultures, which are critically endangered across Asia, are increasing in numbers in Cambodia.

Highways through Indian tiger reserves will destroy habitat

A study in a tiger reserve has found that busy highways and excessive road expansion will destroy wildlife populations and their habitats in the long term.

New snake species discovered in Tanzania

The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) has announced the discovery of a spectacularly coloured snake from a remote area of Tanzania in East Africa.