Bangladeshi part of Sundarbans has 106 tigers

This is the first ever effort to quantify tiger abundance in Bangladesh Sundarbans

Dhaka: The number of tigers in the Sundarbans, the world’s largest mangrove forest, has decreased drastically, with only around 100 to be found in the Bangladeshi part, says a new survey. This is the first ever effort to quantify tiger abundance in Bangladesh Sundarbans The survey by Bangladesh’s forest department, with technical support More...

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India harbours nearly 60 percent of the current global wild population of Asian elephants
By Agencies On Saturday, July 25th, 2015
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‘Human disturbance limiting elephant distribution in Western Ghats’

Kolkata: Human disturbance is limiting elephant distribution in the Western Ghats, a new study revealed on Saturday. India harbours nearly 60 percent of the current global wild population of Asian elephants Scientists More...

Siberian tigers are among the world's most endangered species
By Agencies On Saturday, July 25th, 2015
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70 Siberian tiger cubs bred in China

Harbin (China): China’s biggest Siberian tiger breeding center said on Saturday that more than 70 cubs were born this year with the breeding season coming to a close. Siberian tigers are among the world’s More...

Monitoring of incubation pens and nests continues
By Agencies On Thursday, July 23rd, 2015
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97,000 Kemp’s ridley sea turtles born on Mexican beaches

Mexico City: More than 97,000 Kemp’s ridley sea turtles were born in recent days at the Playa Rancho Nuevo wildlife sanctuary in Mexico’s Tamaulipas state, the National Protected Natural Areas Commission More...

Visual documentation indicated the presence of seven more cubs which are less than three months old
By IndiLeak Bureau On Tuesday, July 21st, 2015
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Thrilling development: 15 tiger cubs recorded in Pilibhit Reserve

Pilibhit (Uttar Pradesh): Wish to have a glimpse of tiger cubs. For the present, the destination undoubtedly is Pilibhit Tiger reserve where no less than 15 cubs are frolicking at various locations in the wild and More...

The incident occurred in Benir Pheli area of Sunderbans Reserve Forest
By IndiLeak Bureau On Monday, July 20th, 2015
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Tiger kills one, injures another in Sunderbans Reserve Forest

Kultali(West Bengal): With people refusing to take any lessons from the past incidents, yet another incident of man-animal conflict came to light in which a wild tiger killed a man and seriously injured his companion More...

The beach, 30 km from Panaji, is one of the most popular beaches in the state
By Agencies On Thursday, July 16th, 2015
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It is confirmed: Crocodile sighted on Goa beach

Panaji: What was initially considered as nothing more than rumour has been official confirmed with photograph related to the report going viral on the social media. Yes it is the sighting of a crocodile on one More...

There was a lull of six-month and suddenly on Sunday night loud roar of a tiger was heard
By IndiLeak Bureau On Wednesday, July 15th, 2015
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After eight months hiding, strayed tiger resurfaces in Kanpur

Lucknow: For eight months no one cared to know of its whereabouts and everything was conveniently forgotten but when an incident of killing of a young blue bull by a tiger was reported, the deep slumber of the officials More...

For undertaking the survey, four teams have been formed
By Agencies On Tuesday, July 14th, 2015
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Bihar set to undertake unified survey of Gangetic dolphins

Patna: To assess the existing number of endangered Gangetic dolphins, the Bihar government has for the first time drawn a detailed plan to undertake a unified survey of Gangetic dolphins. For undertaking the survey, More...

The movement of wild elephants crossing the forest borders and the preventive measures taken causes damage to the lives of both people and elephants
By IANS On Sunday, July 12th, 2015
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Early warning system about elephants’ movement developed

Chennai: In a bid to mitigate human-animal conflicts, scientists in Tamil Nadu have developed an automated thermal detection system that can discern wild elephants from background and other animals in infra-red More...