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    Elephant Found Dead In Odisha Sanctuary, Sixth Death This Month

    Another female elephant was found dead near a waterbody at Karlapat Wildlife sanctuary in Odisha's Kalahandi district, a forest official said. With the latest jumbo death, six elephants five female and a calf - have died at Karlapat Wildlife sanctuary within 14 days of this month, the official said. According to the 2018 census the sanctuary had 17 elephants. Divisional Forest...

    • 5 days ago
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    Ten Things To Know About Sea Lions

    The Namib Desert is the oldest and near-driest desert on the planet. The coastal zones of the rest of Africa are productive and nutrient-rich areas, and humans have occupied and dominated those habitats for millennia. Along the hyper-arid coast of Namibia, however, humans have lived at low densities, and therefore have not had the same impact on the environment as they do elsewhere along the coast of Africa. As...

    • 6 days ago
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    Understanding The Background Of Shoolpaneshwar Wild Life Sanctuary

    Located in Narmada district in Gujarat, this sanctuary is known for its rugged terrain, tall canopy, greenery, stunning valleys and water streams. A safe haven for many this Shoolpaneshwar Wild Life Sanctuary is spread across 607 sq km of area. Popular for it thick forest cover and a harbour for several animal species like Sloth bear. The Shoolpaneshwar Wild Life Sanctuary was...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Why do birds migrate at night? It was a puzzle about birds

    Migratory birds are known to rely on Earth's magnetic field to help them navigate the globe. And it was suspected that a protein called cryptochrome, which is sensitive to blue light, was making it possible for birds to do this. Yet many of these animals are also known to migrate at night when there isn't much light available. So it wasn't clear how cryptochrome would...

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    How To Get People To Like Barda Hills Wildlife Sanctuary in gujarat

    Barda Hills Wildlife Sanctuary Just at a distance of about 15kms from Porbandar town in Gujarat that is well known for its dense forests and sizable amount of trees, plants and medicinal herbs. The Barda Hills Wildlife Sanctuary having a forest area of 192.31 sq. km. is relatively small in extent. However, it is characteristically abundant in floral diversity, which consists of...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    What You Know About: Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary And What You

    Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary One of the largest wetland bird sanctuary of Gujarat, this Nalsarovar bird sanctuary is a lake that have over 360 islets. Located near Sanand Village, this Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary is hailed as the best places to enjoy bird watching. The region was declared a The region was declared a sanctuary in 1969, and a Ramsar site since 2012. WSON Team Nalsarovar Bird...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    Healthy oceans need healthy soundscapes

    Rain falls lightly on the ocean's surface. Marine mammals chirp and squeal as they swim along. The pounding of surf along a distant shoreline heaves and thumps with metronomic regularity. These are the sounds that most of us associate with the marine environment. But the soundtrack of the healthy ocean no longer reflects the acoustic environment of today's ocean, plagued with human-created noise....

    • 3 weeks ago
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    Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary: The largest wetland bird sanctuary of Gujarat

    Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary One of the largest wetland bird sanctuary of Gujarat, this bird sanctuary is a lake that have over 360 islets. Located near Sanand Village, this Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary is hailed as the best places to enjoy bird watching. The region was declared a sanctuary in 1969, and a Ramsar site since 2012, WSON Team Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary This 121-sq-km...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    Study: sets baseline for sleep patterns in healthy adult dogs

    "The study was necessary because research on dogs and sleep has outpaced our basic knowledge about what a 'normal' sleep/wake cycle looks like," says Margaret Gruen, assistant professor of behavioral medicine at NC State and corresponding author of the work. "The studies currently available are over 20 years old, only followed small numbers of dogs or dogs...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    Southern Africa's most endangered shark just extended its range by 2,000 kilometers

    Publishing their findings in the journal Marine Biodiversity, the team said that the discovery was based on several records of the shark including underwater video surveys collected in 2019, recent photos of shore-based sport anglers' catches, and the identification of a specimen collected in 1967. The diminutive shorttail nurse shark reaches lengths of...

    • 3 weeks ago

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