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Virat Kohli’s apparel line Wrogn joins the cause of endangered species with Animal Planet

Join Virat Kohli and support endangered species with Animal Planet X Wrong apparel

Published on 21st July 2020
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From Whale Wars to Living with Maneaters, ten shows to make Endangered  Species Day more interesting

This Endangered Species Day, learn more about animals that might not exist in the future

Published on 15th May 2020
The Real Black Panther (All Pics: Shaaz Jung)

Master of darkness: Shaaz Jung and the elusive black panther in the jungles of South India

Shaaz Jung has many distinctions to his name, but the one that has us sitting up, with our hair standing on end, is the fact that he has often found himself staring into the eyes of the black panther.

Published on 28th February 2020
The Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae) (Photo: Max Allen/IANS)

Rare sighting: Sumatran tiger, clouded leopard captured on camera, offer hope of survival

There are hardly 400 of them left in the world and in a rare visual treat, a Sumatran tiger has been captured on a camera-trap study.

Published on 26th February 2020
Fireflies species face extinction (AFP Photo/TUFT University/Jason Steel)

Fireflies species face extinction, blinded by light pollution, habitat loss and pesticide exposure

Fireflies are in deep trouble, with many species facing extinction due to habitat loss and exposure to pesticides, according to the first major review of their global status.

Published on 8th February 2020
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Care for the rare: On National Wildlife Day, check out these endangered species found only in Australia

With National Wildlife Day (4th September) just around the corner, we have curated a list of rare species which one can only spot in Australia. 

Published on 3rd September 2019
India's tiger population is on the rise (File Photo: IANS)

Doubling of India's tiger population from 2006 to date is 'good sign' for meeting UN goals

The doubling of India's tiger population between 2006 and 2019 is being welcomed as a "good sign" by Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.

Published on 1st August 2019

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