A small number of investigations regarding the maneater problem in the Bangladesh Sundarbans have been carried out. So far, the total number of tiger victims in the Sundarbans has remained hidden, since too many casualties of illegal intruders have gone unreported.
Wetlands are considered the most biologically diverse of all ecosystems and play an important role in maintaining of biodiversity. The wetlands of Bangladesh serve a diverse habitat of various flora and fauna.
Assam's Kaziranga National Park (KNP) - the abode of the Great one-horned rhinoceros lies in the flood plains of the Brahmaputra River. Significantly, Kaziranga also has a high density tiger population and is one of the national tiger reserves established in India.
Vertebrates are an indicator of the quality of the environment and are considered necessary to reduce the time and effort required to develop management strategies. This study document the species diversity of lower vertebrates in the Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary, with special reference to fishes, amphibians and reptiles.
Protected areas have long played a significant role as tourist attractions in many countries. Eco-tourism has become a management strategy for many protected areas. Satchari National Park is a recent addition to the protected areas of Bangladesh and was notified in 2006.
This paper evaluates the deciduous thorn forest encompassing Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary as a possible reintroduction site of cheetah. This area was selected because it has a large area, the density of human habitations is low, and it was a part of the historical range of the cheetah.
There are over 0.3 million rhesus monkeys in Northern India. Approximately 48.5% of these are living in human habitation areas. The inordinate growth in populations of such monkeys in recent years has led to an unhealthy competition for space and food between man and monkey.
Mrs. Hume's Pheasant (Syrmaticus humiae) is a poorly known, but globally threatened bird. It is thinly distributed in the hill tracts of northeastern India, northern and western Myanmar, southwestern China and northern Thailand.