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raksha kulkarni

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Maternal Instincts in Animal Kingdom

This Mother's Day, let's dig deep into the fierce and protective maternal instincts displayed by different species of the animal kingdom.

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World Water Day: Saving Freshwater Habitats

Since 1993, 22 March has been designated as the World Water Day, which focuses on the importance of maintaining freshwater resources. Let's dive into facts and tips about saving this ecosystem!

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The Sad Reality of Homeless Dogs and Cats in India

With a recent, and one of the first surveys, it was estimated that there are 79.9 million homeless cats and dogs in India. Has this situation reached its worst or do these animals still have hope?

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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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An Insight Into Animal Adaptations

Nature is full of exciting different species—some may be weird from the start, but some have evolved and adapted themselves as per their needs. Here's a sneak peak of those adaptations!

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Weird Animal Defence Mechanisms

Fleeing, bright colorful looks, poisoning the predator, and camouflaging with the habitat are some of the common defence mechanisms in the animal kingdom. But there are many more weird ones!

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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!

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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!

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