Sweden may be trying hard to control the phenomenon of acid rain, but the end result is another crisis at hand a dwindling Population of the moose

ANOTHER addition to the growing list of new maladies is the buffalo pox disease. The recent outbreak of the disease in Beed district of Maharashtra has raised concerns among Indian scientists

Beef, the staple food of the British, finds itself out of favour as a ban on its sale sweeps across UK and also the European Union

THE almost month-long European hysteria over British beef being infected with bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), or what is now popularly called the Mad Cow Disease, has global implications

'Infected' British beef is being banned all over Europe

AS IF AIDS, Ebola and the Achuapa Febrile Syndrome were not enough, it is now the turn of a mysterious viral disease whose outbreak in Australia is not only proving deadly for the horses but also

Lions of Tanzania are facing a serious threat from an unlikely quarter - domestic dogs. Canine distemper spread by these dogs have already killed 100 lions in the Serengeti region of Tanzania

A breakthrough in organ transplant surgery promises end the agonies of patients and donors

The closure of the Idgah abattoir gets under the skins of meat eaters in the Capital, who have turned into unwilling vegetarians

Canine distemper virus (CDV) infection occurred in captive leopards (Panthera pardus), tigers (Panthera tigris), lions (Panthera leo), and a jaguar (Panthera onca) in 1991 and 1992. An epizootic affected all 4 types of cats at the Wildlife Waystation, San Fernando, California, with 17 mortalities. CDV-infected raccoons were thought to be the source of infection in these cats. Two black leopards died at the Naibi Zoo, Coal Valley, Illinois, and 2 tigers died at the Shambala Preserve, Acton, California.