Endemic Species

West Bengal may get dolphin reserve

The Ganges river dolphin — India's national aquatic animal — is set to get more protection in Bengal. The stretch of river Hooghly between Malda and Sagar is likely to be developed as a dolphin community reserve.

Only 25 pc of original habitats have survived in East Himalayas

WWF : While celebrating the discovery of 200 new species between 2009 and 2014, has also expressed concern over depletion of original habitats due to industrial growth, mining and climate change.

Newly Spotted in the Himalayas: A Sneezing Monkey, a Blue-Eyed Frog and a Walking Snakehead Fish

More than 200 new species of animals and plants have been discovered in the eastern Himalayas since 2009, according to a report published by the World Wildlife Fund earlier this week that indicates the age of zoological and botanical discovery is far from over.

Wildlife trafficking sees sharp rise in Bangladesh

A growing number of seizure of wild animals and birds over the last five years shows that poachers and smugglers are using Bangladesh as a route for wildlife trafficking.

China's nature reserves flourishing

The ecological systems in China's natural reserves are flourishing, with some endangered animals and plant species growing, authorities said on Tuesday.

10 Point Resolutions Elephant Talk 2014

Asian elephant

Asian Elephants in the Wild Conference, 2014 resolved to establish and build an online Asian Elephant Secretariat to collaborate Conservation efforts & knowledge Bank on all things Elephants.

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