Dharmendra Khandal

Dharmendra Khandal
The writer is a conservation biologist at Tiger Watch, Ranthambhore
My Stories
  • Aug 29 2016, 2208

    Last week I was observing an injured animal, because of which I was able to better understand maggots, generally viewed as repulsive creatures. The injured animal was nursing a

  • Aug 25 2016, 2219

    On the evening of August 13, Sudarshan Sharma, the deputy conservator of forest (DCF) at Ranthambhore got in touch with me. I am part of a committee that assists conservators in dealing with old tigers and orphan cubs in the reserve.

  • Aug 08 2016, 2251

    On a sunny afternoon, after many rainy and cloudy days, I happened to witness one of those wonders of nature that make us ponder about life and its mysteries.

  • Aug 01 2016, 2307

    When we sit on the dining table to eat vegetables and fruits, we usually do not think about the complex biological process called photosynthesis. If we had paid attention

  • Jul 25 2016, 2232

    On the buffer road of a forest, a small metallic green beetle is showing enormous courage, rolling a dung ball that is almost 20 times larger (in size, biomass may

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