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Jeevoka Buzz

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Your dose of what’s buzzing in the animal world!
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Cheetahs Are Coming to India After 70 Years

They have been locally extinct since 1952. Now the spotted cheetahs are being reintroduced in MP's Kuno National Park.

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Migratory Birds That Come to India in Summers!

Winters are not the only time birds migrate. These migratory birds “fly” to India to spend their summer!

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Olive Ridley Turtles Have Returned to Odisha for Nesting

Thousands of Olive Ridley turtles have arrived at the Nasi-1 and Nasi-2 islands of the Gahirmatha Marine Sanctuary. More turtles expected.

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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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Citizen Science: You Don't Need a PhD to be a Scientist

A small insight into the ever-expanding world of citizen science - what it means, how it started, how it's expanding, and what you can do to help.

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Grasslands: Wealth, Not Waste.

Grasslands are so much more than wasteland! We spoke to Mihir Godbole of The Grasslands Trust, Pune, on how awareness about this ecosystem is the need of the hour!

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Nature's Marvellous Mothers

This Mother’s Day, here’s an appreciation for some of nature’s most hardcore mothers. From crazy pregnancies to gross nurturing, these 6 animals will leave you marvelled at Motherhood!

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Are We Ready for a Second Disaster After Coronavirus? Are We Ready for Climate Crisis?

The leaders' ignorance of hard science may have landed us in the current pandemic, but let's lead our way to safeguard ourselves from the next crisis—Climate Crisis. Here's how!

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6 Charismatic Extinct Indian Animals in the Last 300 Years Due to Anthropogenic Reasons

A pictographic list of six animals that faced extinction in the wake of human hunting, poaching and habitat destruction in the last 300 years.

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