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Tech help to prevent bird hits

The NSCBI Airport authorities have tied up with Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) to use technology to prevent animal-aircraft collisions. Times of India, 1 week ago
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New species of catfish discovered in Arunachal river

A new species of catfish has been discovered by the scientists of the local branch of the Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) in a river of Lower Subansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh. The moderate sized Glyptosternine torrential catfish, under the genus ...
 Zee News1 month ago Zoological Survey of India Discovers New Catfish in Arunachal Pradesh River  NDTV1 month ago New species of catfish discovered  Hindu Business Line1 month ago ZSI discovers new catfish in Arunachal river  Press Trust of India1 month ago

Walk through history

Museums serve many interests ~ information, research or tourist attraction. Yet what ails Indian museums despite the country's rich history and an abundant collection? Rakeshkumar traces the history of this institution in the country round 200 ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago

'Odonates are crucial to ecosystems, but neglected class of organisms'

NAGPUR: During the inauguration of the 8th Indian Symposium of Odonatology and Tropical Biodiversity in Hislop College, the chief guest on the occasion, Dilip Singh, additional principal chief conservator of forests and member secretary, Maharashtra ...
 Times of India1 month ago

21 pygmy hog nests found in Manas National Park

A survey conducted by the Assam Forest Department in the Manas National Park (MNP) has detected an estimated 21 nests of the critically-endangered pygmy hog (Porcula salvania). The nests of pygmy hog the smallest and rarest wild pig were found in ...
 The Hindu2 months ago

US names mountain after an Indian-American scientist

Washington: The United States has named amountain in Antarctia in honour of an eminent Indian-Americanscientist whose pioneering biological research expedition hasprovided critical data about animal populations. Akhouri Sinha, adjunct professor in the ...
 Sify2 months ago

Bid to save tiger threatened by poor data, says WWF

A nine-month old yet-to-be-named tiger cub is pictured with its mother Aparna (right) in their enclosure at the Nehru Zoological Park in Hyderabad on February 15, 2014 Efforts to save the tiger are being undermined by a lack of information about ...
 PhysOrg.com1 month ago

India: Bats become apple growers' new enemy

Besides the inclement rain, what is worrying the apple growers in Rohru and some areas of Jubbal now days the most are the bats (flying mammals), who are seen swarming in the orchards and eating into the growers' profit. However, the flying mammals ...
 Fresh Plaza1 week ago

Typical intricacies

Notes of all Babas talks during field walks have been taken by Dr. Patak, but this morning the doctor could not come so I was requested to do the note-taking. Though Baba always speaks informally while walking, I tried my best to transcribe ...
 Speaking Tree3 days ago

Bengal Tiger census uses live bait against policy

The government is violating its own policy to determine the number of Bengal Tigers in the Sundarbans using goats as baits, making the critically endangered species even more vulnerable to extinction. The Bangladesh Wildlife Protection and Safety ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 week ago
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