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Tigers of Sunderbans in a Grave Situation

March 7th, 2013
The legendary Sunderbans tigers have lost their punch and ferocity due to less access to prey and are being more prone to weak hind legs which are visible due to the abnormality in their movements. The reasons attributed to this weak mobility in the tigers are injuries from the breathing roots cannot be ruled out and the major cause could be low prey density and with human presence in the vicinity, the tigers have developed  [...]
  • The Bar Tailed Godwit Bird Navigation System
    The latest discovery will jolt all the modern day devices of navigation, and the new navigational device to reckon with is- the bar tailed godwit’s navigational system. Wild life creatures fascinate with their movements, features,  [...]
    Posted at January 8th, 2013
  • Gir National Park In Gujarat
    Gir National Park, the home of the pure Asiatic lions is a wild life reserve which will take you in to the royal animal kingdom, and offer you wilderness away from the cacophony of the concrete jungle. You may visit Gir National Reserve  [...]
    Posted at December 4th, 2012
  • Sundarbans National Park
    Sundarbans National Park, a tiger’s land, at the southern seaward tip of West Bengal, is located in a thick jungle of mangrove infested trees and a biodiversity, where the famous Bengal tiger rules and commands respect. The Sundarbans  [...]
    Posted at November 27th, 2012

Recent Articles

  • Periyar National Park In Kerala

    Posted in Asia | July 23, 2013
      Periyar National Park is the pride of the wild life in south India, and one of the best protected and maintained wild life reserves in India. The park is located in Idukki in Kerala. The Periyar National Park is strategically located near the Periyar lake covering area of about 925 sq km, which is formed lush green dense forests and with water supplied from the lake, the park is blessed with exotic trees planted here, and the reserve is rich n bio-diversity and smartly effective measures have been initiated to protect the wild life from poaching and fires. The park is a haven for tigers and elephants and you may spot varied mammal species, reptiles, exotic birds, amphibians, leopards, lions and Nilgiri langurs all inhabiting in the splendor  [...]
  • Sanjay Gandhi National Park

    Posted in Asia | July 9, 2013
      Mumbai, the vibrant city where every soul is fighting for a place due to space constraints , wild life has found a haven in 104 km area near a suburb of Borivili, in the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. The Sanjay Gandhi National Park is a lush green dense forest blessed with fauna and flora of nature, where you will find exotic and endangered rare birds that migrate here every year, the jungle owlets, and the king fisher and any other rare birds of Asia. The park is a safe haven for leopards, lions, tigers, crocodiles, reptiles, deer that all live in the natural habitat in complete harmony and eco friendly environment. The VAN RANI, a mini train runs through the wild forest crossing bridges, tunnels and you will witness the fascinating  [...]
  • Marvels At The Singapore Zoo

    Posted in Asia | June 21, 2013
    Singapore zoo is one of the most beautiful settings for animals to live in freely in the natural surroundings and roam around the fauna and flora of the nature. The zoo is located in the lush rain forest region, with about 3000 animals, 300 rare species of birds and reptile living in complete harmony and the massive bio-dome diverse rainforest has been recreated in 20,000 cubic meter area, makes a dramatic backdrop for the zoo. The zoo is the nine time winner of the best leisure experience award and is a must visit for every visitor to Singapore. The zoo has been meticulously planned and creates an environment for a friendly interaction between the animals and mankind, with elevated platforms offering a close view of the life of the animals,  [...]
  • Nehru Zoological Park In Hyderabad

    Posted in Asia | June 7, 2013
      Nehru Zoological Park, located in the south west corner of Hyderabad is an exotic and a popular destination for visitors. The set is set in 300 acres of rugged land, with amazing landscape and within the flora and fauna of nature making an amazing abode for endangered species, animals and exotic birds and reptiles. The zoo is the home for the lions of the jungle, panthers, girs, Asiatic tigers, crocodiles and rare reptiles. A boat ride at the zoo will take you through the lush green forests and an amazing landscape welcomes you and the safari ride on the zoo will take you to the deep interiors of the jungle in to dense scrubs, savannah grasslands and rocky plateaus. The train ride and the cheerful interaction with the monkeys and  [...]
  • Wonderful Experience At The Snake Park and Zoo of Pune

    Posted in Asia | May 27, 2013
    Pune  is a city of Maharashtra which has got the beautiful and worth visiting zoo, the Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park or the Rajiv Gandhi Zoo.  The zoo is located near Katraj. The Pune Municipal Corporation is responsible for its maintenance and they are doing a commendable job of managing it.   The total area of the zoo is 130 acres.   The zoo is divided into 3 sections, one for animal orphanage, the second houses snakes (thus called Snake Park also) and a zoo.  Apart from these 3 sections, it also includes an area of 42-acre of Katraj Lake. The Pune Municipal Corporation initially created the Peshwe Park in 1953 of about 7 acres.  In 1986 Mr. Neelam Kumar Khaire created the Katraj Snake Park, with the assistance of Pune Municipal Corporation  [...]
  • Black Buck National Park Adventures

    Posted in Asia | May 8, 2013
     Asia is a continent filled with great geographic diversity. Here you can enjoy the best natural habitats as well as well established and modernized urban cities. India is a part of his marvelous continent and India is home to many wildlife sanctuaries and townships which are close to nature. Bhavnagar in Gujarat is one such are which is the home of Black Buck National Park and Gir zone. A short drive from the town of Bhavnagar will take you in to the world of wild life. The varied wild life is preserved by the sanctuary and mainly compromises of Black bucks and wolves. Spotting wild pigs, hares, rodents which are predominantly seen in the savannah type grasslands as well as the thorn scrubs will be the highlights of your visit to Bhavnagar. Enjoy  [...]
  • Adventures At The Thonga Beach Lodge

    Posted in Africa | April 22, 2013
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  • A Kenyan Safari Adventure In Africa

    Posted in Africa | April 6, 2013
    Welcome to the world of wild life by taking a Kenyan safari and have a great time in the wild jungles in the company of elephants, rhinos, buffalos, several species of gazelles and monkeys. Your adventure in the wild life starts with a trip to the Mt. Kenya, the end largest mountain in Africa, straddling the equator and with a dramatic and over the edge back drop of vast slopes cloaked in lush forest and bamboo jungle. After a sumptuous lunch, you may head for the Nyahururu falls, and reach lake Nakuru set in the picturesque landscape of woodland and grassland and then begins the exciting ride to the Baboon Cliff, to get the glimpses of the white rhinos, leopards, pink flamingos, and 400 variety of water birds you may stay overnight at the  [...]
  • Tigers of Sunderbans in a Grave Situation

    Posted in Wildlife A-Z | March 7, 2013
    The legendary Sunderbans tigers have lost their punch and ferocity due to less access to prey and are being more prone to weak hind legs which are visible due to the abnormality in their movements. The reasons attributed to this weak mobility in the tigers are injuries from the breathing roots cannot be ruled out and the major cause could be low prey density and with human presence in the vicinity, the tigers have developed a tendency to stray outside the jungles. A recent survey and research by the Wildlife institute of India clearly concludes the low prey density in Sajnekhali area of the Sunderbans in West Bengal, India. The recent seizures of traps, laid to trap the poach deer, confirms the fears about how the low prey density is affecting  [...]
  • How Whale Power Corporation Developed Enhanced Fan Blades?

    Posted in News | February 25, 2013
    A US Biologist Frank fish saw a hunchbacked structure of a whale in a gift shop. He was shocked and perplexed to find bumps on the wrong side-the front edge of flipper. Frank fish started thinking if this posture of the sculpture was right then one of the cardinal and most important lesions of mechanics is wrong, as till that point it was believed that a smooth leading edge reduces the drag. However Fish discovered that the humpbacks flipper bumps, termed as –TUBERCLES – improve lift, mobility and performance. This news came as a pleasant surprise to him. Today Whale Power Corporation in Ontario, Canada develops and markets tubercle enhanced fan blades that have the capacity to move 25 percent more air then the conventional fan blades while  [...]