UK: Spider presumed extinct di...

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Nottinghamshire, Oct 5 (IBNS): Beware arachnophobes! A spider presumed to be extinct was found in the UK's Nottinghamshire nearly after 50 years, reports said.

Turtle Sanctuary to be set up in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh
Allahabad, Oct 4 (IBNS): In order to protect the rich aquatic biodiversity of river Ganga from escalating anthropogenic pressures, development of a Turtle Sanctuary in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, along with a River Biodiversity Park at Sangam has been approved under the Namami Gange programme.
Assam forest minister reopens Kaziranga National Park for tourist...
Guwahati, Oct 2 (IBNS): After witnessing the devastating flood four months back, which led to deaths of over 300 wild animals including one horned rhinoceros, the Kaziranga National Park in Assam reopened for tourists on Monday.
India to host Global Wildlife Programme to address illegal wildli...
New Delhi, Sep 29 (IBNS): India is hosting the Global Wildlife Programme (GWP) jointly with World Bank and United Nations Development Programme as part of its efforts to address illegal wildlife trade across 19 countries of Asia and Africa.
Rehabilitated rhino gives birth to her second calf in Manas natio...
Guwahati, Sept 3 (IBNS): The forest staff of Manas national park in Assam and the members of the Wildlife Trust of India (WTI), International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) were delighted after a rehabilitated female rhino on Sunday morning gave birth to her second calf in the UNESCO world heritage site.
India observes Global Tiger Day on July 29
New Delhi, Jul 29 (IBNS): Tiger protection is still a challenge all over the world, said Union Environment & Forest Minister Dr Harshvardhan while addressing a Global Tiger Day event in New Delhi on Saturday.
India’s oldest tigress dies in Assam state zoo
Guwahati, July 16 (IBNS) : Swati, believed to be the oldest tigress in India, died at the age of 21 in the Assam State Zoo in Guwahati on Sunday morning, officials said.
Dinosaurs’ loss was frogs’ gain, says study
Washington, July 4 (IBNS): Most of the frogs alive today owe a big thank you to the asteroid or comet that delivered the coup de grace to the dinosaurs.
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