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Video depicts endangered ducklings taking flight

The US-based Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) on Tuesday released a video of three endangered white-winged ducklings, taking their maiden flight in Cambodia. Business Standard, 2 months ago

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State Times , 2 months ago

State TV gets exclusive all-media rights for next 2 FIFA WCs

FIFA has awarded China's state-run CCTV all media rights for the period between 2018 and 2022 in the Chinese mainland, the broadcaster announced here today.According to the agreement, the China Central Television (CCTV) now owns the exclusive media rights to ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

Sumatran tiger population recovering: study

The population of Sumatran tigers - a critically endangered species found only on the Indonesian island of Sumatra - may have increased despite living in a threatened UNESCO World Heritage Site, a study suggests.The Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae) ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago Sumatran tigers on path to recovery: Study  Prokerala4 weeks ago

India, Indonesia should tighten laws on shark fishing: US wildlife advocate

Highly endangered chimpanzees, whale sharks, steppe eagles and vultures need the highest level of protection globally. Likewise, both India and Indonesia should tighten regulations on shark fishing, US-based advocacy Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

Camera traps spot relocated tigers

The tiger that injured a woman in H D Kote on October 8 has been camera-trapped by a team of scientists from Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)- India, Centre for Wildlife Studies. The tiger numbered and named BPT-168 has been camera-trapped 20 times since ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Burmese star tortoise comes back from extinction

The population of critically endangered Burmese star tortoise, endemic to Myanmar and once considered extinct in nature, has multiplied to more than 14,000 through captive-breeding programmes, the US-based Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) said on Thursday.
 Business Standard1 month ago
State Times

Kavinder inaugurates Sulabh toilet complex

STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Kavinder Gupta, Speaker J&K Legislative Assembly inaugurated deluxe Sulabh toilet complex having five WCs for gents and ladies, two baths, three urinals and one care taker room amounting to Rs 22 lakh near Cremation Ground, Channi ...
 State Times2 months ago
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'Himalayan Viagra' facing manmade threats, warns researcher

Dehradun: Unscientific harvesting of the caterpillar fungus, one of the worlds highest-prized biological commodities and globally dubbed the "Himalayan Viagra", may lead to the extinction of the species in India, warns a researcher. He favours tough ...
 Mathrubhumi2 months ago
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