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The Sinister Trade and Sacrifice of the Indian Owl Species

On August 4th, International Owl Awareness Day, WWF and TRAFFIC released an image of the 16 most trafficked owl species in India. Let’s learn more about these species and the reason behind it.

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State Animals and Birds of India

In India, did you know that each state has its own allotted bird and animal? Here's all you need to know!

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Commonly Found Birds in Indian Cities, Part II

Jus started your birding journey? Here's a list of some commonly found birds and tips on how to identify them.

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Identifying Birds by their Beaks

The 18,000 bird species around the world have one thing in common - they all have only one beak! But they vastly differ in shape and function - Let us see how!

Aaditee Kulkarni

How to Not Break Your Pet Bird’s Heart

The paradox between the rising number of bought and abandoned pet birds is only intensifying. The result? Broken hearts. First time pet parents, here's a guide on how to spare the pain.

Seema Nande

Commonly Found Birds in Indian Cities

Why go bird-watching at some jungle far away? If you're starting birding, start from your own city! There are numerous bird species just around you.

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7 Animals That Only Have Eyes for One Mate Their Whole Lives!

After all, monogamy is not as uncommon in animals as you may think. Read about 7 animals who mate for life!

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Preparing a Home With Pets for a Natural Disaster

A pet owner's guide to ensuring the safety of their pets, should a natural disaster ever strike. After all, let's not overlook the effects of Global Warming!

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6 Animals In Mythology - We Bet At least One Of These Facts Will Surprise You!

Our limited understanding of animals often translated into our culture... here are some cool myths and thoughts surrounding some of them!

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Animals Can Do Math

Ever questioned the usefulness of math in daily life? Maybe not for us, but some animals use mathematics very naturally- and it's not just monkeys- many animals can and do use math every day.

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