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Baby green turtles artificially incubated by marine experts headed for the sea - and freedom - yesterday. About 70 turtles were reared by the Agriculture and Fisheries Department after

It was around 11a.m. in the morning that the Forest and Wildlife Department of the Delhi government, acting on a tip-off, raided a jhuggi in Seelampur in east Delhi where 216 rose-ringed parakeets,

Rare animals, the pride of any zoo, are fast disappearing in Delhi. In the past three years, five royal Bengal tigers, eight chinkaras, two lion tailed macaques and two swamp deers have died.

The government has banned the export of manufactured articles and shavings of shed antlers of chital and sambhar with immediate effect to safeguard the deer population in the

In an inspiring saga of conservation, a Muslim youth from Kota in Rajasthan gave up his life trying to save an injured peacock - the national bird - from the hands of a group of fleeting poachers.

Scientists are against a government move to bring about wide-ranging restrictions in the use of animals in pharmaceutical research. They fear if the rules by the Control and Supervision of

Conservationists are planning to use explosions and gunfire to scare migrant birds away from parts of a wintering site poisoned by an environmental disaster. They will also lay down food in less

Karnataka State Forest Minister D Manjunath today reiterated that the Union Forest Ministry was seriously contemplating on the grant of more powers to forest guards in order to curb large-scale

Biomedical research in India, already at a low ebb, may face virtual extinction if the fresh guidelines framed by a committee headed by Maneka Gandhi to regulate the use of animals in research are

The State Government's proposal to set up 11 wildlife sanctuaries at different locations has run into trouble. Over two lakh tribals, whose homes are being threatened by the project, are putting up a