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India prepared to bring back cheetah, protected areas restored: Wildlife experts
Economic Times

India prepared to bring back cheetah, protected areas restored...

The country is in a condition where it is economically possible to restore lost heritage, Wildlife Institute of India (WWI) senior scientist Y V Jhala said. PTI | Last Updated: Feb 22, 2020, 05.33 PM IST GANDHINAGAR: India is prepared to bring back the ... Economic Times, 6 days ago

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Times of India

Scientists find 75-90 % decline in Leopard population in India

Leopard population has declined 75-90 per cent in India, according to a study which has suggested that the carnivore demand similar conservation attention like tigers in the country. The study was conducted by scientists from the Centre for Wildlife Studies ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
Times of India

Delhi's monkey census to put a number to problem

Delhi’s monkey census, which is aimed at determining the population estimate in the capital and the ‘hotspots’ where their numbers are highest, will start from next month. The exercise is being jointly carried out by the Wildlife Institute of India ...
 Times of India2 months ago

Tiger walks record 1,300 km for mate and prey

The big cat walked across two states for five months. IMAGE: The tiger has broken records by taking the longest ever walk by a tiger. Photograph: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images A male tiger (TWLS-T1-C1) on Monday reached Dnyanganga Sanctuary in Buldana district covering a distance of 1,300 kilometres across Maharashtra and Telangana in a span of about five months, after he left the Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary in Yavatmal district in June 2019. Both Tipeshwar and Dnyanaganga are in Maharashtra.
 Rediff.com2 months ago

'Tiger populations have boomed'

'Animal populations are increasing. Human populations are increasing. So there is no way the man-animal conflict going to go away.' IMAGE: Forest staff watch a pregnant tigress, after its release, jump into the Sundari Kati river, the Sundarbans, about 150 km south of Kolkata.She strayed into a village on the fringes of this riverine jungle reserve and was rescued by forest workers after being stoned and badly beaten by villagers, said forest officials. Photograph: Parth Sanyal/Reuters   ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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