Wildlife Workshop At Wild Mahseer

On 04/06/16 (Saturday), Diganta Das From Balipara Foundation along with other wildlife and molecular biology experts from Tezpur University did an expedition inside the campus of Wild Mahseer. They used transect method for the expedition and searched for every possible species present. The result was incredible as they were able to identify a variety of species within that short radius of Wild Mahseer campus. Some of the spider species and insects were found to be rare too. Although, on that particular day, they were only able to get two species of snakes, it is reported and evident that the campus has a tremendous diversity of snakes including cobras, rat snakes, banded kraits, vine snakes, trinkets, bluebacks and bronzebacks etc. The outcomes of the expedition clearly show ecological diversity and species wealth of the Wild Mahseer campus. Four DSLR's lenses clicked and they were lucky to get such number of species in a single go. 

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