Dharmendra Khandal

Dharmendra Khandal
The writer is a conservation biologist at Tiger Watch, Ranthambhore
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  • Jul 23 2014, 2029

    Burrows and dens are safe homes for many kinds of animals in the wildlife world. All rodents most snakes and many mammals prefer such refuges

  • Jul 16 2014, 2227

    Mother tigresses typically focus on one single task — the safety and upbringing of their cubs. They are known to be over cautious and guard their young ones ferociously

  • Jul 09 2014, 2056

    At first glance, the Jawai landscape seems like a large open area set against a spectacular backdrop of several small hillocks. Peppered with large boulders and rocks, the area

  • Jul 02 2014, 2301

    Suitable climatic conditions and availability of ample food and water are essential factors for the survival of young ones in the animal kingdom. Several species are known to breed

  • Jun 25 2014, 2257

    Urban ecosystems that are developed and modified by human beings are proving to be extremely useful for biodiversity survival and conservation. Just compare the beginning of the 20th century,

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