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Rampaging herd of wild elephants at Bengaluru’s doors

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Bengaluru: A herd of wild elephants that almost entered city limits on Monday morning, were sent back by the forest teams. The herd of 14 elephants, which have been on a rampage in Malur and Hoskot

Rescued snakes raise false alarm in kundanbagh

Residents of Kundan-bagh raised a false alarm, making a complaint to the anti-poaching squad of the State Forest Department about a poacher’s den existing in their midst after they saw snakes being ca

Jumbo job for foresters during migration season


As October approaches, forest department officials in the Coimbatore region gear up for their annual challenge — the migration of elephants in the Nilgiris biosphere — because the wild jumbos passing

Rhino left bleeding succumbs, fifth death in three days


A rhino, left bleeding by poachers who removed its horn, succumbed to its injuries on Friday taking the number of total pachyderm deaths to five during the last three days in the Kaziranga National Pa

Four rhinos killed in KNP, Assam asks for CBI inquiry


Four rhinoceros have been brutally killed by poachers in flood-hit Kaziranga National Park (KNP) since Tuesday, including one on Thursday, prompting an alarmed Assam government to ask for a CBI inquir

Radiation from mobile towers may affect wildlife: Govt


Radiation from mobile towers may have varying negative impact on wildlife especially birds and bees, according to the Environment Ministry.

Deer hit by 2 vehicles on NICE Road, dies

A spotted deer was killed in a road accident after it was hit by two vehicles on NICE Road on Sunday morning. The incident occurred on Mysore Road-NICE Link Road intersection near Kengeri when a male

Interpol marks Global Tiger Day


Interpol on Sunday marked the Global Tiger Day with the announcement that an operation launched to protect the endangered specie led to the arrest of nearly 40 people in some of the tiger range countr

Reserved only for tigers


A day after the Supreme Court banned tourism in core tiger areas, wildlife activists and independent biologists demanded that buffer zones and core areas be notified immediately.

The state government

Purchase of wildlife products will encourage poaching: Expert


The Chief Wildlife Warden (WWW) of Tamil Nadu urged the public not to buy any wildlife products on Thursday. “This would greatly encourage poaching,” said CWW Rakesh Vasisht while inaugurating a coast

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