Guwahati: The first ever transboundary survey of reptiles and amphibians carried out in the Indo-Bhutan Manas landscape has indicated the presence of a treasure trove of these speciesPreliminary re

Scientists from James Cook University, the Wildlife Conservation Society, the University of Queensland, Stanford University, BirdLife International, the International Union for Nature Conservation,

The peaceful croaking of frogs in Alberta ponds could eventually go silent, according to an assessment of how climate change could affect the province's plants and animals.

Governments have agreed to expand the global protected area network from 13% to 17% of the world's land surface by 2020 (Aichi target 11) and to prevent the further loss of known threatened species (Aichi target 12). These targets are interdependent, as protected areas can stem biodiversity loss when strategically located and effectively managed. However, the global protected area estate is currently biased toward locations that are cheap to protect and away from important areas for biodiversity.

A brisk rain washed the leaf litters from the hillsides within the national park of Lawachhara. Cracking sounds of the forest garbage rolling down the hills could be heard from quite far.

VARANASI: A noted river scientist has requested Union transport & highways and shipping minister Nitin Gadkari to ensure adequate water flow in Ganga before beginning any programme of waterways

Rare species of amphibians and reptiles are dying one after another in Jagadispur Lake, enlisted in the world wetlands area.

Scientists have discovered 14 new species of "dancing frogs" in the jungle mountains of southern India — just in time, they fear, to watch them fade away.

Scientists have discovered 14 new species of so-called dancing frogs in the Western Ghats, just in time, they fear, to watch them fade away.

14 species of acrobatic amphibians found in Western Ghats, a region expected to be hit by changing rainfall patterns

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