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    International Tiger Day: Stepping towards the better future of the majestic cat

    We have walked few miles, but the journey is still long They are big, they are strong, they are majestic, but they need protection and we have to give them if we want their existence on this planet. Yes, the big cats or tigers need to be protected and given a suitable climate and habitat in order to increase their number. That's the whole idea of celebrating...

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    Cheetah to be re-introduced in India from Africa in November: MP govt

    The cheetah was declared extinct in India in 1952, and is expected to be re-introduced into the country in November this year at the Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh. Cheetah, the world's fastest land animal which was declared extinct in India in 1952, is expected to be re-introduced into the country in November this year at the Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh,...

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    Eye of fire in a Gulf of Mexico: a curse on ocean life

    We all saw a fire on the ocean surface on 2nd July 2021. The incident took place in a Gulf of Mexico. When state oil company Pemex started ocean mining at the ocean surface west of Mexico's Yucatan peninsula. State oil company Pemex indicted a gas leak from an underwater pipeline for provoking the flame shown in videos that went viral. Bright orange flames jumping out of the blue ocean...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Dominance battle between Asiatic lions in Gir forest, find out what happened

    Even in Gir, as if the king of the forest had a fight, yes, something like this happened. In the forest of Gir, two Dalmaththa Asiatic lions came face to face with this and all the tourists present there lost their lives. And at the same time, the unforgettable memories of this life were captured in his camera and eyes. What a thrilling battle took place between the two...

    • 4 weeks ago
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    Our Bird: know this bird, which has more color and splendor than the rainbow

    Even the seven colors of the rainbow are the true beauty of the monsoon. This beautiful bird like the monsoon canopy prefers broad-leaved trees - forest for mating. The color variation that nature has given to its dimensions like birds, flowers, mountains, rivers, clouds is benmoon. All the artificial color splendor fills the water in front of it. Blessings of...

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    This is why the Top 5 Wildlife Sanctuary in India are so famous!

    Exploring wildlife has always been fun especially in places where wild animals have become a part of culture and mythology. India has many sanctuaries and national parks that have been established as endangered species. Here are some of the best wildlife sanctuaries in India Gir National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary - Gujarat WSON Team Also known as Sasan Gir, this national...

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    Study: 58% of North American Wildlife Mammals May Benefit from Human Activity

    A study published in Global Change Biology found that about 58% of mammals across North America may be benefitted from human activity as they were more likely to be found in areas with increasing human disturbance. However, 33% of mammal species were less likely to be in areas surrounding human presence, the research said. Scientists used data from 3,212 camera traps...

    • 2 months ago
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    Do you know, Why the Elephant Population in Kenya Has Increased By 2.8%

    Kenya's elephant population has gradually increased at an annual rate of approximately 2.8 percent over the last three decades amid declining poaching, a wildlife research institute said. The state-owned Wildlife Research and Training Institute (WRTI) said on Sunday that the country has experienced about a 96 percent decline in poaching, with more than 386 elephants...

    • 2 months ago
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    Which animals will survive climate change?

    Genetic changes in threespine stickleback fish driven by seasonal shifts could help scientist predict how certain species will adapt to new environments Climate change is exacerbating problems like habitat loss and temperature swings that have already pushed many animal species to the brink. But can scientists predict which animals will be able to adapt and survive? Using genome sequencing,...

    • 2 months ago
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    Jaipur: Asiatic lion corona infected at the zoo, a white tiger also infected

    Coronavirus has previously tested positive for corona, a lion safari in Etawah, Uttar Pradesh, and now at the Jaipur Zoo. As well as other lions and white tigers in the zoo have also been found to be suspicious. The investigation was also conducted at IVRI i.e. Indian Veterinary Research Institute at Izzatnagar, Bareilly. Giant Director (CADRAD) of IVRI, Dr. KP Singh...

    • 3 months ago

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