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Mount on an Asiatic elephant or celebrate Day of the Dead for ...

Oct 16, 2014, 05.02AM IST (Day of the Dead sounds like…) National Park Camp When: November 22 - 26, 2014 Where: Bandipur Once the hunting ground of the Maharaja of Mysore, Bandipur is primarily a dry deciduous forest. Together with Wayanad Wildlife ... Economic Times, 3 weeks ago

Over 100 Elephant Deaths in Kerala in Last Nine Months: Animal Rights Group

Representational image Thiruvananthapuram : Over 100 elephants, 85 of them non-captive, have died in Kerala in the last nine months due to various reasons, according to an animal rights outfit. A total of 106 cases of jumbo deaths have been ...
 NDTV1 month ago

Baby Elephant Takes A Tumble; Grown-Ups Rush To Its Aid

When a baby elephant fell over while trying to climb out of a small ditch at Switzerland's Zoo Z├╝rich , two adults rushed over within a few seconds to help. Footage of the event, which took place at the zoo's new Kaeng Krachan elephant house, was ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago

Zoo in Kerala capital to get swamp deer from Lucknow

After arrival of a white tiger and seven anacondas, a herd of swamp deer will be brought to the zoological park here, one of the oldest such facilities in the region. As a part of an animal exchange programme, a team of zoo officials from here are ...
 Business Standard India8 hours ago

Shooter Gone Wild

KOLKATA: One of his early encounters with a wild tiger was in the mid-70s at Madhya Pradesh's Bandhavgarh, when it was yet to be declared a tiger reserve. As conservationist Biswajit Roy Chowdhury, then 28 years old, was busy taking snaps of ...
 Times of India1 day ago
Kathmandu Post

Our national heritage sites

NOV 20 - National heritages can be defined as valuable assets of a country, which is inherited from one generation to another. Nepal has mountains in the North and plains in the South. Although Nepal is a small country, it is culturally very ...
 Kathmandu Post2 days ago

HolidayIQ Insights: Top 10 Kid-Friendly Destinations in India

Travellers on, India's largest travel community speak about the Top 10 Kid-Friendly Destinations in India ahead of Children's day. This ranking is based on the actual on-site user actions of travellers planning holidays with children ...
 Businessworld India1 week ago Top ten holiday spots for kids on Children's Day  Times of India1 week ago Top 10 kid-friendly destinations in India  Financial Express1 week ago
New Zealand Herald

8 outrageous animal myths

While some animal myths are truly laughable, others have a much more sinister element. Photos / Thinkstock Every culture has its fair share of myths and superstitions involving animals. Despite the ridiculous nature of some, many are still alive ...
 New Zealand Herald1 week ago

Lions at bay...

Bahrain's Al Areen Wildlife Park and government organisations are doing much to conserve wildlife. So officials will be dismayed to hear that the African lion is under threat. Worse than that, it faces extinction in the wild by 2050 if it continues ...
 Gulf Daily News2 weeks ago

Bear-cub rescues lift tally to nine in 2014

Nine sun bear cubs have been rescued in the first 10 months of this year, according to the Phnom Penh office of NGO Wildlife Alliance. The cubs, some as young as two weeks, were saved by government rangers and the NGO's Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team ...
 Phnom Penh Post2 weeks ago
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