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My Experiences Volunteering in Kenya for Animals

My Experiences Volunteering in Kenya for Animals and Wildlife Conservation

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Dr Rohan Chakravorty illustrates the country's lush forests, wetlands and wildlife through beautiful caricatures.

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#Hindu teen girl kidnapped in #Pakistan - Hindustan Times. Minority Hindus in Pakistan have also been shaken by several high-profile cases of the kidnapping and alleged forced conversion of women

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Wildlife conservation in India, safeguarding the future

Wildlife conservation in India, safeguarding the future | The Planet D: Adventure Travel Blog

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MIAMI, Florida, July 30, 2016 (ENS) - Florida officials have informed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, that Zika virus infections in four people were likely caused by bites of local Aedes aegypti mosquitoes.

#Repost @sanctuaryasia Few people have ever seen a #clouded #leopard in the wild. In #India it is known to be found only in the forests of the #Northeast. It is hard to determine its exact number as it is known to be so elusive that it doesnt even leave behind #scat or scratch marks in its territory like other big cats but as with other #wildlife its population is decreasing with the destruction of its #forests. The clouded leopard is classified as Vulnerable on the #IUCN Red List and is…

In a conversation with wildlife and conservation filmmaker, Shekar Dattatri, world-renowned tiger expert Dr Ullas Karanth of the Wildlife Conservation Society sounds a note of caution on the recently released all-India tiger numbers. Based on his decades of scientific effort in monitoring the big cats, he outlines much-needed improvements to the methodology used by the government, and explains some of the other conservation measures necessary to secure the long-term future of tigers in…

Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS): Founded in 1895, has the clear mission to save wildlife and wild places across the globe. Our story began in the early 1900’s when we successfully helped the American bison recover on the Western Plains. Today, we protect many of the world’s iconic creatures here & abroad, including gorillas in the Congo, tigers in India, wolverines in the Yellowstone Rockies, and ocean giants in our world’s amazing seascapes. http://www.wcs.org/

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