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Banned ‘Save Lion’ ad challenged in South Africa

Banned ‘Save Lion’ ad challenged in South Africa

A billboard showing a lioness looking down the barrel of a gun with South African President Jacob Zuma  in the background, was removed from the main airport in Johannesburg last…

Vultures bred in captivity may die when freed

Vultures bred in captivity may die when freed

Borjhar, Kamrup District: Vultures have practically become an almost extinct species thanks to the slow-coach approach to ban and make selling a toxic ‘vet medicine’ in India a criminal offence.…

Military Air Traffic dithers while Rhinos fall to poachers

GUWAHATI: Last month, Kaziranga officials boasted that unmanned aerial vehicles would tackle rhino poaching in a jiffy. Now the grand plan has been short circuited by the Military Intelligence Wing.…

Odisha gov plans for Jumbo’s longer life

Odisha gov plans for Jumbo’s longer life

BHUBANESHWAR: Less elephants will die of electric shock and train accidents, if  Government’s plan takes place properly. They have invested money on the repair of electric Live wire and requested…

Hornbill Project listed for Green Oscar?

Hornbill Project listed for Green Oscar?

ITANAGAR, ARUNACHAL PRADESH: A project to save the hornbills of Arunachal Pradesh has been short-listed for the Green Oscars [Whitley Awards]. London based Whitley fund for nature on Thursday announced…

Eye in the Sky to watch over KNP Rhinos

Eye in the Sky to watch over KNP Rhinos

Guwahati: Drones equipped with video tracking equipment released over Kaziranga national park can help protect endangered rhinos, say officials. Aerial drones flew over Kaziranga National Park [KNP] in Assam state in…

Two more Rhinos fall at Kaziranga Killing Fields

Two more Rhinos fall at Kaziranga Killing Fields

Kaziranga: Even as a two day headcount of rhinoceros begins today [Sunday]  in the Kaziranga national park in Assam, the killing of yet another of this endangered species shows how…

Kenya and India ties on wildlife issues

Kenya and India ties on wildlife issues

Kenya and India have vowed to strengthen their ties in wildlife conservation and management. This is because of the increase in poaching which has reduced the number of elephants, lions…

How to cure diabetic Pet Monkeys

How to cure diabetic Pet Monkeys

Some Americans keep monkeys as pets and ill-treat them. Others mis-feed their pets and end up giving them human diseases. A British couple, experts in human weight loss and diabetic…

Population of Gangetic river Dolphin stable in Bihar

Population of Gangetic river Dolphin stable in Bihar

Despite accidental and intentional killing of the mammal in the rivers over the last six years the endangered Gangetic river dolphin population has been stable in Bihar. The latest survey…

Legalise rhino horn trade to ‘save’ rhinos?

Legalise rhino horn trade to ‘save’ rhinos?

South African officials say the poaching of rhinos is likely to reach record levels in 2013. Delegates at the Cites conference in Bangkok heard that 146 rhinos have been killed…

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