Wildlife Crimes: Cry for Urgent Attention
May08

Wildlife Crimes: Cry for Urgent Attention

National and international illegal trade in wildlife has grown to such huge proportions that it threatens seriously the existence of many species of plants and animals. It is not too late for the governmental bodies to understand and do something serious about these increasing crimes against our wildlife. Understanding what is being hunted, who is hunting them, and how it is being traded can help in tackling this growing menace....

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Do’s and Don’ts in the Wilds
Feb04

Do’s and Don’ts in the Wilds

Wilds are always a tourist’s delight, and even more for a trekker, birdwatcher or photographer. But, how safe are our wildlife sanctuaries and reserved forests, the abode of a host of wild animals ranging from elephants to bears, leopards, tigers, snakes, and many more. Human safety in wildlife surroundings has emerged as a matter of concern, of late, in Kerala in the backdrop of some tragic incidents of a few hapless tourists losing...

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