Julian Matthews - August 14, 2020

From Extinction To Attraction: How Nature Tourism Is Helping Save The Tiger

India is rightly celebrating its success at conserving tigers with the recent census showing a 33% increase

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Jiss Sojan - August 14, 2020

Discover Kenya’s Wildlife Through The Lens

Painting with the light of the African sun, Kenya is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife

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Ananda Bannerjee - August 14, 2020

Will the Caged Bird Sing?

Wild species do not merely inhabit national parks or sanctuaries; they co-exist in the backyard of humanity

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Julian Matthews - August 14, 2020

Tiger by the Tail

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge negative impact on tourism, including wildlife tourism. What does the tourism lockout imply for our national animal?

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Karan Kaushik - July 27, 2020

The Denizens of Bannerghatta National Park

For those who have been stuck at home in Bengaluru, exploring the wilderness of the Bannerghatta National Park can be a great alternative to those long journeys to Karnataka's hill station

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Anurag Mallick & Priya Ganapathy - July 24, 2020

Discover The Hidden Mystery Behind Kerala’s Silent Valley National Park

According to legend, the Pandavas stayed incognito during their agyata vasa (secret exile) in this dense jungle. It was called Sairandhri, after the alias assumed by Draupadi, and the river was called Kuntipuzha, after the Pandavas’ mother.

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Salik Ahmad - July 24, 2020

India No Country For Elephants, Either In The Wild Or In Captivity

The cruel killing of an elephant with crackers in Kerala shocked everyone. But hundreds of elephants meet a similar brutal end in India.

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Juhi Saklani - July 24, 2020

Exploring The Lush Grasslands Of Kaziranga With Juhi Saklani

Situated in the northeastern state of Assam, Kaziranga is well-known for its rich biodiversity and scenic beauty.

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Rathin Banerjee - July 23, 2020

In The Land Of Ganesha, Elephants Imperiled By Human Need And Greed

First it was the ivory trade that led to rampant elephant poaching. Now, as India presses ahead with its goal of growth, fragmented habitats lead the elephants into increasing conflicts with humans.

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Vandana Mohindra - July 23, 2020

The Jungle Book: A Glimpse Into The Enthralling Beauty Of Satpura National Park

For any travel enthusiast, Sapura National Park in Madhya Pradesh is definitely an opportunity not to be missed.

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