Floods in Kaziranga Park puts Rhino at risk

The prime habitat of rhinos has been flooded in Kaziranga Park

Guwahati: Though floods in Assam during monsoons is a perennial feature, the spate of torrential rains has flooded around 70 percent of Kaziranga national Park, putting wildlife especially the famous rhino at utmost risk. The prime habitat of rhinos has been flooded in Kaziranga Park According to information, the prime habitat of one horned rhino has More...

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the elephants got enraged when some people pelted stones
By Agencies On Tuesday, August 25th, 2015
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Wild elephants kill two in Bihar; Elephant tusk seized

Patna/Kolkata: Wild elephants which had come out of forest for crop raiding chased and killed two villagers and injured two other in Bagaha district of Bihar on Tuesday. The elephants got enraged when some people More...

The elephant calf was in a herd of elephant which had ventured into the village for crop raid
By IndiLeak Bureau On Sunday, August 23rd, 2015
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Strayed wild elephant calf rescued from well in Andhra

Hyderabad: Immaturity and dare- devilry go hand in hand and the trait is visible across the animal kingdom. By the same logic, the incident that occurred on Saturday night was not unusual when a visibly carefree More...

It was pandemonium all over the zoo as people ran helter skelter for safety of their lives
By IndiLeak Bureau On Saturday, August 22nd, 2015
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Tiger escapes Hyderabad zoo enclosure, tranqualised

Hyderabad: It was nothing short of a nightmarish experience for visitors to Nehru Zoological Park here when they had to face a tiger that had escaped from its enclosure on Saturday. It was pandemonium all over the More...

Census of these birds are undertaken annualy by the forest department
By IndiLeak Bureau On Saturday, August 22nd, 2015
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Rise in population of cranes in UP

Lucknow: With scientific efforts in place, the population of state bird, Sarus Crane has shown a gradual increase and at present to its existing number around one thousand more crane has been added in an year. Census More...

It slowly made its way back to the forest
By IndiLeak Bureau On Friday, August 21st, 2015
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Straying a while on Guwahati streets, wild tusker returns home

Guwahati: Amazing for some but horrifying in general was the sight of a wild tusker roaming on the peripheral road of the city here on Thursday. It slowly made its way back to the forest According to reports, the More...

The state has asked the central government to allocate special funds to conserve and protect the big cats
By Agencies On Monday, August 17th, 2015
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Tendulkar to bat for Maharashtra’s tiger protection

Mumbai: Cricket icon Bharat Ratna Sachin Tendulkar will now bat for Maharashtra’s endangered big striped cats by becoming a ‘Tiger Ambassador’, an official said here on Monday. The state has asked More...

They have already visited the site and would visit the site in the coming days for further study
By IANS On Thursday, August 13th, 2015
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Odisha planning world heritage status for Bhitarkanika park

Bhubaneswar: If everything goes right, Odisha’s Bhitarkanika National Park would find a place in the World Heritage List, an official said on Thursday. They have already visited the site and would visit the More...

Police found four guns, three pistols and three hides of Royal Bengal tigers
By Agencies On Monday, August 10th, 2015
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Six poachers killed in Bangladesh part of Sunderbans

Dhaka: Six people arrested on poaching charges were killed in a gun battle with police on Sunday in the Bangladesh part of the Sundarbans, an official said. Police found four guns, three pistols and three hides More...

The next lion in the hierarchy kills his predecessor's cubs so that he can father his own offspring
By Agencies On Sunday, August 9th, 2015
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Rival lion kills one of Cecil’s cubs

London: A rival big cat has reportedly killed one of the eight cubs of Cecil, the much-loved Zimbabwean lion who was killed last month by an American dentist. The next lion in the hierarchy kills his predecessor’s More...