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Mumbai activist reports illegal work at ...

A city environmentalist wrote to the Maharashtra Forest Department, reporting illegal construction work currently underway at the Tungareshvara Wildlife Sanctuary (TWLS), allegedly to expand and rebuild the Sadanand Ashram, which was demolished in August 2019 for violating the 1980 Forest Conservation Act. , and the Wildlife Protection Act 1972. Following a long legal battle that […]

The best Spanish destinations for wildli...

The Iberian lynx was threatened with extinction just 20 years ago, but populations are slowly recovering … [+] in recent years. getty While Spain has gained worldwide fame for its bustling cities, gorgeous beaches, and rich intricate architecture, the nation is still vastly underrated when it comes to wildlife tourism. Fortunately, as international travel becomes […]

Tiger kills wildlife park worker and tig...

A South African wildlife park worker has died after being attacked by one of the park’s tigers. David Solomon, named Siphiwo Solomon in some reports, was a staff member at Seaview Predator Park near Port Elizabeth, South Africa. In a statement posted on its Facebook page, the wildlife park said Salomon was attacked on Wednesday […]

Fury like two antelopes slaughtered afte...

The animals were killed after escaping to Port Lympne, Kent, which works with the Aspinall Foundation where the Prime Minister’s wife is responsible for communications A male waterbuck in the Kruger National Park, South Africa ( Image: Getty Images / iStockphoto) Animal lovers were furious after two antelopes were slaughtered after escaping from their enclosure […]

Two antelopes slaughtered after escaping...

The Port Lympne reserve is an animal and safari park that also serves as a breeding sanctuary for rare and endangered animals. The spokesperson said: “Late in the afternoon on Saturday, two cobes escaped from their enclosure and managed to access a public path. “After concerted attempts to return the animals to their enclosure, it […]

Kent Wildlife Park bids farewell as cubs...

Submitted for publication by Georgina Mear Orphan cubs Mish and Lucy were favorites of the Wildwood Trust near Canterbury, but have now bid farewell to their Kent home as they take the final step to their ‘forever home’ in Devon The little siblings were rescued from certain death and rehabilitated by the staff of the […]

Outliers: “Wildlife conservation is abou

Dr Krithi Karanth spent much of his childhood in wildlife sanctuaries in India, following his father, the eminent zoologist Dr Ullas Karanth, as he studied and tracked tigers. “Wildlife was not a conscious choice, although people think it is an obvious choice for me. My parents are both scientists, both passionate about their respective careers. […]