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Nov 28th, 2019

‘Gentle Recovery’ of Brazil’s Leatherback Turtles

Brazil's leatherback turtles are making a "gentle recovery" after 30 years of conservation efforts, new research shows. Scientists… Read More +

Rhino release: European parks bring animals to Rwanda

The zoo-born animals will join 18 other eastern black rhinos in Akagera National Park,… Read More +

LCK Tudaldevi organized Mega Health Camp at Sindhupalchowk

Leo club of Kathmandu Tudaldevi organized two days free Mega Health Camp on 24th and 25th of Jestha… Read More +

Climate change: UK government to commit to 2050 target

Greenhouse gas emissions in the UK will be cut to almost zero by 2050, under the terms of… Read More +

World’s largest plant survey reveals alarming extinction rate

Hawaii (pictured) has the highest recorded loss of seed-bearing plant species of anywhere in… Read More +

Civil Society Organizations demand  to fulfill environment related commitments

The world is marking June 5 as World Environment Day with a theme of air pollution . Approximately… Read More +

India Lost 51 Tigers in the First Five Months Since January 2019

Indian tigers have been in the crosshair for centuries and every time we hear the news of a… Read More +

Nature, History and Science Never Write Final Story, Says Army After Sharing Pics of ‘Yeti’ Footprint

  The Indian Army on Monday claimed to have seen a huge footprint of mythical character Yeti near… Read More +

Biologist study finds mercury in predator peregrine falcons

FILE - In this May 16, 2018, file photo, an adult peregrine falcon circles… Read More +

Snakes are out for summer: Keep your distance

As summer begins, many burrowing animals those are going for hibernate are coming out for activation. It was… Read More +

First photographic record of rare marbled cat in Nepal

A team of wildlife researchers has photographed one of the world’s mysterious cats on camera for the first… Read More +

NASA finds Asian glaciers slowed by ice loss

Glaciers in the Karakoram Range of Pakistan, one of the mountain regions studied in… Read More +

Celebrating Mountains Day with stories from the Himalayas

Dawa Steven Sherpa, Tshiring Lhamu Lama, and Shailee Basnet- three of Nepal’s prolific individuals shared their tryst with… Read More +

Wild tiger populations in key sites could triple in a generation

A new study finds that wild tiger populations in key tiger recovery sites across Asia have the potential… Read More +

China postpones lifting of ban on trade of tiger and rhino parts

China has postponed the lifting of a ban on the trade of rhino horn and tiger parts for… Read More +

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