Hard to believe! Leopards can co-exist with humans

Leopards avoids human encounters despite depending on domestic livestock for their survival

New Delhi: Contrary to the past perception, a new study has established that leopards can co-exist with humans. Leopards avoids human encounters despite depending on domestic livestock for their survival As per a latest study it has been noticed that leopards in human areas are not always “stray” or “conflict” animals but residents More...

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People do not have proper access to modern medicines in the north-east and rely on traditional knowledge
By IANS On Saturday, November 22nd, 2014
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Proposal to document Kaziranga Park’s biodiversity

Kolkata: The central government has asked scientists in northeast India to map and document the biodiversity in Assam’s famous Kaziranga National Park. People do not have proper access to modern medicines More...

The rhino was shot near the Teteliguri camp which is well inside the national Park
By IndiLeak Bureau On Friday, November 21st, 2014
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Poachers kill another rhino in Kaziranga

Guwahati: Amid tall claims of the state government, poaching continues to thrive with yet another casualty in the form of a rhino killing reported on Thursday from Kaziranga National Park. The rhino was shot near More...

Every tiger has different stripe pattern on their body
By Indileak Web Desk On Thursday, November 20th, 2014
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Camera trap photos widely in use for aberrant tigers in India

Washington: Camera traps imaging have now become an integral part of identifying wild tigers. This technology is increasingly being used by wildlife managers in India to identify aberrant tigers in their respective More...

The police official said that it appears, the bear had strayed into the farm from the adjacent sanctuary in search of food
By IndiLeak Bureau On Tuesday, November 18th, 2014
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Wild bear shot dead after killing a farmer in Karnataka

Tumakuru (Karnataka): After having taken a human life, a wild bear that had strayed from the forest was shot dead by police on Monday. The police official said that it appears, the bear had strayed into the farm More...

A close examination of the photograph revealed that this beautiful feline is a male and is in prime of health
By IndiLeak Bureau On Saturday, November 15th, 2014
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Strayed tiger give `photo oppo’ to search team near Kanpur

Lucknow: A glimpse of the elusive tiger that had been on a constant move since the day it strayed from the wild of Pilibhit forest was certainly a matter of tremendous relief. Much to the relief of the field staff More...

Tiger killed the bait in the same night and dragged it in thick lantana bushes
By IndiLeak Bureau On Saturday, November 15th, 2014
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Elusive tiger slips past Lucknow, traced near Kanpur

Unnao (Uttar Pradesh): After remaining untraceable for over a fortnight, the wild tiger that strayed from the forest of Pilibhit has resurfaced again and this time at a place which is located mid-way between the More...

Chimpanzee males are known for aggression toward their female group mates
By Agencies On Friday, November 14th, 2014
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Aggressive male chimpanzees likely to father more offsprings

Washington: It is the bully that ultimately emerges the winner. Yes, this hold true for male chimpanzees that are aggressive and persistently buly females and tend to prevail and father more babies with there victims. More...

Two mechanised fishing trawlers on which they were trvelling was also impounded
By IndiLeak Bureau On Tuesday, November 11th, 2014
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19 nabbed for fishing near Odisha’s turtle nesting site

Bhubaneswar: Arrangements made in advance to protect the nesting turtles from being poached resulted in arrest of 19 persons, who despite clear warning by the state forest department had been fishing in prohibited More...

Smaller populations of tigers are more vulnerable to extinction if infected by CDV
By Indileak Web Desk On Saturday, November 8th, 2014
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A deadly virus that can make tigers extinct.

London: A new threat has emerged for the already endangered tigers population which is witnessing a study decline the world over. This grave threat for the tiger population is in the form of a new type of virus More...