The Government on Monday blamed the shortage of adequate manpower for the inaction against poachers of endangered species of wildlife and admitted it has to depend on States for the job.

LUCKNOW: With 90% of the ghariyal hatchlings born during June surviving at the ghariyal rehabilitation centre in Kukrail, the chances of ghariyal population declining in the centre remains a remote

Dhubri, Oct. 10: An NGO working for the preservation and protection of forests and environment has demanded vulture habitat centre status for Rajapara reserve forest.

Despite drawing severe flak on the translocation of gaurs the MP Forest Department is going ahead with the similar process of shifting barasingha from Kanha to Satpura and few animals from Van Viha

With a view to formulating an action plan for rehabilitating Cheetah, an extinct species, in Kuno Sanctuary in Sheopur district, a team of national and international experts of Cheetah visited the

A mock parliamentary debate on the feasibility of commercial deer farming in Bangladesh will be held at the Eastern University auditorium in the capital today.

Following the government

An expert committee will now determine the habitats
Stung by the criticism of forest rights activists, wildlife activists and scientists regarding its initial draft guidelines for determining critical wildlife habitats issued in February, the Environment Ministry has now come out with a revised version.

The Ministry was forced to withdraw the earlier guidelines on March 4 after protests that t

A common Bible story says Jesus fed 5,000 people with five loaves and two fish, which scholars surmise were tilapia.

But at the Aquafinca fish farm here, a modern miracle takes place daily: Tens of thousands of beefy, flapping tilapia are hauled out of teeming cages on Lake Yojoa, converted to fillets in a cold slaughterhouse and rushed onto planes bound for the United States, where some will a

Mumbai: It has become fashionable these days for the elite to adopt an animal of their choice from the zoo. To cash in on the fad, zoos across the country are introducing animal adoption schemes, and the zoo in Aurangabad is the latest to jump onto the bandwagon.

Rhinos, one of world's most endangered animals, are being farmed on Chinese wildlife reserves to harvest their horns for medicinal purposes, a report by international conservation monitors has claimed.