A chital caught on camera in Manas National Park. Picture courtesy: Assam forest department Guwahati, Jan. 17: The sighting of a spotted deer commonly known as chital after two decades has lifted the spirits of Manas National Park - a World ... Calcutta Telegraph, 4 days ago
Prime area of Manas National Park freed from encroachment - News Track India, 4 weeks ago
After a long period of plunder and civil unrest, one of India's greatest biospheres makes a remarkable comeback 2016 was a difficult year for wildlife. Continuous habitat loss pushing species to extinction, or to the brink of it, became ...Livemint.com, 1 week ago
Two one-horned rhinos were shot in Kaziranga National Park in December, bringing the park's total number of poaching-related rhino deaths to 18 for the year. Anti-poaching efforts face huge challenges: burgeoning demand for rhino horn in nearby ...Mongabay.com, 1 week ago
India is now home to about 60 per cent of the world's tiger population, and the increase has been a reason to celebrate. But with that, the danger has increased as well—India saw a huge jump in tiger deaths in 2016. Compared to 80 tiger deaths in ...New Indian Express, 6 days ago
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