The 2004 Tsunami wreaked havoc on the rich mangroves of the Nicobar islands. In a new study, scientists from the Salim Ali Centre for Ornithology and Natural History, Wildlife Institute of India and Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Research (Germany) investigate the current recovery status of these crucial ecological niches.
What can Red Fox faeces tell us about their diet and occurrence in the Trans-Himalayas?
First-ever study on Nicobar long-tailed macaques finds they have high levels of sensorimotor skills.They are experts at eating hard-to-open fruits like coconut and even floss their teeth after eating.
DNA bank at the Centre for Wildlife, Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI), Bareilly, would use genetic technologies to supplement ongoing efforts in wildlife conservation.
A young biologist pursues two young tiger siblings and discovers new insights about how tigers disperse and define their territory, as forest cover dwindles.
Interdisciplinary collaboration results in discovery of two new bird species in Western Ghats
Recognising savannahs as a unique ecosystem is vital to ensuring proper management of these biomes.