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June 20, 2014

Think of wolves. Chances are you’d be hard-pressed to come up with an image that is positive, pleasing or happy. You won’t be alone. In Europe, there’s the medieval legend of the werewolf, the man who turns into a wolf-like creature at night, with fangs and claws. In I...

May 28, 2014

Humans and wildlife are increasingly getting trapped in shrinking spaces, pushing tolerance levels to the tipping point

Zones of contention | A survey of human-animal conflict across India Mitigating human–wildlife conflict is a priority in wildlife conservation and man...

April 19, 2014

Dholes are one of the most remarkable, but least studied carnivores, with very few long-term scientific studies conducted on it

According to IUCN data, fewer than 2,500 mature wild dogs remain in the wild across its entire range and there is no known dhole population ab...

March 3, 2014

India, where shark fin is not a popular culinary choice, is the second largest catcher of the fish but does not figure among top exporters.

“It actually tastes of nothing,” celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay once told his television audience while tasting some shark fin soup...

February 28, 2014

An early warning system using SMSes is now showing results, reducing the human-pachyderm conflict in the Anamalai hills of Tamil Nadu.

One night the watchman at the Parry Agro tea factory in Valparai, Tamil Nadu, saw a man getting off a bus at the Iyerpadi bus stand and...

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