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Western Ghats conservation possible only if invertebrates are conserved

February 24, 2017

This TV news story is based on the new book released  by ATREE on the sidelines of the Kerala Bio diversity conference held at  Thiruvananthapuram in February 2017.

 

Titled Invertebrate diversity and conservation in Western Ghats , India, it is edited by a team of ATREE scientists headed by Dr  Priyadharshanan  Dharma Rajan. Conservation in the Western Ghats has popularly dwelt on and deemed to be the protection of the elephant and tiger species. Dr Priydharshanan contradicts this traditional scientific paradigm.

 

“Unless we protect invertebrates , all  Western Ghats conservation efforts will not be fruitful.”

 

This story first appeared on Kairali TV in February 2017.

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