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  • Rhinos to be Re-introduced in Uttarakhand

    Why in News Recently, the Uttarakhand State Wildlife Board has cleared a proposal by the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) to introduce rhinoceroses...

    20 Dec 2019 Biodiversity Hotspots

  • Butterfly Survey

    Why in News The Kerala government has carried out a butterfly survey in the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary (WWS) and Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary (CWS)...

    13 Nov 2019 Biodiversity Hotspots

  • Environmental Conservation with Grassroot Governance

    The article is based on A Bottom-Up Approach to Conservation that was published in The Hindu on 26 August. It talks about the interweaving relation...

    02 Sep 2019 Biodiversity Hotspots

  • Color Morphs of Wild Cat

    Indian scientists from the Zoological Society of London (ZSL), an international conservation charity, and University College London (UCL) have...

    14 Jun 2019 Biodiversity Hotspots

  • Micryletta aishani

    Scientists from Delhi University and the Wildlife Institute of India, in collaboration with researchers from Indonesia and the US, have discovered a...

    12 Jun 2019 Biodiversity Hotspots

  • Wild Life Protection Act: Implementation and Failure

    Recently, Chennai has emerged as a hotbed of global illegal animal trade. This, along with several incidences of poaching and trafficking of...

    17 May 2019 Biodiversity Hotspots

  • White-Throated Rail

    The white-throated rail (Dryolimnas cuvieri) or Cuvier's rail is a species of bird in the family Rallidae. It is found in Comoros, Madagascar,...

    11 May 2019 Biodiversity Hotspots

  • ‘Maveli’ Frog

    Researchers have found that the Purple frog (Nasikabatrachus sahyadrensis), lives almost its entire life in underground tunnels, comes out to the...

    07 May 2019 Biodiversity Hotspots

  • Olive Ridley Turtles

    Recently, Olive ridley turtle eggs that were laid in March began hatching and thousands of baby olive ridley turtles have entered the bay of...

    24 Apr 2019 Biodiversity Hotspots

  • Madagascar’s Indigenous Species

    Around 20 indigenous animal species of Madagascar are under threat. Among the species under threat, the majority belongs to the primate group. The...

    23 Apr 2019 Biodiversity Hotspots

  • Living Planet Report 2018: Aiming Higher by WWF

    Chapter 1- Why Biodiversity matters? The importance of nature in our lives Humans have evolved, grown and thrived, in nature. Modern human...

    20 Mar 2019 Biodiversity Hotspots

  • Andaman & Nicobar Islands’ Rich Faunal Diversity

    A recent publication by the Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) titled Faunal Diversity of Biogeographic Zones: Islands of India, has for the first time...

    26 Nov 2018 Biodiversity Hotspots

  • Protests over Water Aerodrome Project in Chilika

    The Union government proposal for setting up of five water aerodromes in the country to promote tourism, including the one at the Chilika lake is...

    16 Aug 2018 Biodiversity Hotspots

  • Khangchendzonga To Be Included In The World Network of Biosphere Reserves

    The Khangchendzonga Biosphere Reserve has become the 11th Biosphere Reserve from India that has been included in the UNESCO designated World Network...

    09 Aug 2018 Biodiversity Hotspots

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