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Chandigarh: Expert spreads awareness about snakes to visitors at Chattbir zoo

An essay writing and painting competitor was also held by the zoo management.

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‘Gaj Yatra’ to secure elephant corridors launched in Mumbai

“I hope that over the next 15 months it will capture the country’s imagination, corporate India and people to come together and help secure 101 corridors for India’s wild elephants,” said WTI’s brand ambassador Dia Mirza

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In Fact: How not to share space with tigers

In Pilibhit, tigers have killed 6 people over the last 3 months. Classic elements of man-animal conflict, plus site-specific triggers, have made one of India’s youngest tiger reserves one its worst conflict zones

Dried lizard penises from India being sold as rare plant root ‘that brings good luck’

“The dried lizard hemipenis looks like two hands joined in prayer and is similar to the “hatha jodi”

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4 leopard skins, live pangolin seized in Nabarangpur district

Nabarangpur in southern Odisha is the subject of a year-long assignment by The Indian Express.

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Wild boar culling in forest minister’s district splits officials, anger experts

Sharpshooter hired by forest dept has killed over 200 wild boars.

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41 tigers dead in 7 months: But headlines are being made for the wrong reasons

Go back a decade and you will find 411 tiger deaths recorded between 2001 and 2005. That is about 80 deaths a year. If anything, the death-population ratio is improving on official records.

They might not be very big, but the beetles are a tough bunch

It’s a world-wide mafiosi: 400,000 species and counting, which account for 40 per cent of the insect world.

Second leopard trapped in a week in Junnar, villagers say there are more

On May 7, a female leopard was trapped at Dingore village in Junnar. Two incidents of leopards killing children were reported from Dingore and Khamundi villages

Who ought to be the national animal of the country? The debate hots up

Down In Jungleland A great uproar has broken out in Jungleland with the announcement that the Indian “loin” is being considered for the post of the national animal. Down in Jungleland and Breakingwind India welcome you to this edition of “The Catfight” where the concerned animals — and some surprising unsung claimants — press their […]

How a foreigner has the world at its feet (and on its branches) every season

There is a bomb outside my balcony, the fuse of which has just been lit.

Cuteness alert: Rostock Zoo’s new polar bear cub ‘Fiete’ out for the first time

Fiete, given his name on Tuesday, made his first appearance in Rostock Zoo of Northern Germany.

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What do we need jungles for? A hilarious conversation between tigers and govt officials

Listening in on a secret meeting between representatives of India’s national animal and government officials.

The Grasshopper’s Run: They’ve got to be every kid’s favourite insect!

Walk through a meadow and watch these creatures leap madly all around you

Black Beauty: Kites and their ruthless, reckless energy

Over-confident teens invariably crash against the walls of the house and have to be rescued as they lie bewildered in the garden, playing dead as you approach.