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Differences Between Antlers and Horns

More than just headgears, antlers and horns play a significant role in the anatomy of animals. But hey, did you know the two are very different? Here's how!

Uma Athale

Differences Between Crocodiles and Gharials

While the reptile species is one of taxonomy's broadest, there are two varieties of it that especially have people confused — crocodiles and gharials. Here's how to distinguish between the two.

Uma Athale

Differences Between Butterflies and Moths

Belonging to the Lepidoptera species, the butterfly and moth are often confused to be the same. Here's a comprehensive list of factors that discern them!

Uma Athale

All You Need to Know About Pet Microchipping

Realising that your pet is missing can be terrifying. However, there's a way to make sure they are found. Let's take a look at it!

Aaditee Kulkarni

Extreme Migrations in the Animal Kingdom

Migration is observed in all animal species: from the tiniest insect to the largest mammal. The animal kingdom is full of such dramatic and extreme migrations. Let's take a look at some!

raksha kulkarni

Difference Between Turtles and Tortoise

One of the most interesting cases of Taxonomy, the difference between Turtles and Tortoise has intrigued many. Here's how the two are different!

Uma Athale

Saving the Critically Endangered - Gharials

We have a true reason to celebrate after this World Crocodle Day – the birth and release of 116 critically endangered gharials on the Gandak River banks in Bihar!

raksha kulkarni

The Golden Tigress of India - Not a Reason for Celebration

The photos of a golden tigress in the Kaziranga National Park have been creating a lot of buzz lately. However, forest officials say it’s not a reason for celebration and indicates bigger issues.

raksha kulkarni

Understanding the Elusive Clouded Leopards

Clouded Leopard is an endangered big cat due to habitat loss. Surprisingly, it was recently found at an altitude of 3498 metres—way higher than its usual habitat—in the Langtang National Park.

raksha kulkarni

Science Humour: Sometimes Coming Up With a Latin Name is a Joke

Sometimes scientists are so zonked after months of research, they end up naming the species they discovered the weirdest names. Read more to find out what they are!

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