Speeding Trains And The Rising Death Toll | Nature inFocus

Speeding Trains And The Rising Death Toll

Over the last decade, India's wildlife has been slaughtered in hundreds and thousands by railway lines cutting through protected areas. A photo feature documenting the effects of linear intrusions across species and regions

The Challenges Of Mob Management When Rescuing Wildlife | Nature inFocus

The Challenges Of Mob Management When Rescuing Wildlife

What are the dangers posed by a large crowd when attempting to rescue a stressed wild animal? Wildli...

Indian Wildlife’s Perilous Dog Problem | Nature inFocus
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Indian Wildlife’s Perilous Dog Problem

Human encroachment of wild habitats has brought man's best friend in close contact with the wild. A ...

The Changing Diet Of Tigers In Sariska | Nature inFocus

The Changing Diet Of Tigers In Sariska

A new study sheds light on how tigers prefer cattle over wild prey in Sariska Tiger Reserve

Can We Grow Urban Forests? | Nature inFocus

Can We Grow Urban Forests?

The Bangalore-based NGO, SayTrees, is encouraging cities to make green spaces a priority

What Are Landscape Mosaics? | Nature inFocus
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What Are Landscape Mosaics?

The human-induced modification of natural habitats is creating clusters of degraded ecosystems that ...

The Timid Indian Gaur Is Taking To Towns In South India | Nature inFocus
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The Timid Indian Gaur Is Taking To Towns In South India

Scientists ruminate for solutions as human-gaur conflict continues to rise in Coonoor, Kotagiri and ...

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