Dharmendra Khandal

Dharmendra Khandal
The writer is a conservation biologist at Tiger Watch, Ranthambhore
My Stories
  • Feb 25 2015, 2244

    IN the past three decades, many new diseases have emerged across the globe — ebola, HIV, swine flu, bird flu, hantavirus — most of which originate in some way or

  • Feb 18 2015, 2113

    On the planet humans are the only creatures who generate waste: in nature everything is consumed and recycled. In the last 40 years we have accumulated so

  • Feb 11 2015, 2203

    A telephonic conversation between two wildlife traders recorded by a government intelligence agency in Uttar Pradesh, pretty much sums up how tech savvy our poachers have become. When words

  • Feb 04 2015, 2331

    This is the season when thousands of Olive Ridley turtles come to the eastern coast of India for mass nesting, in an amazing reproductive phenomenon known as ‘arribada.’ In

  • Jan 28 2015, 2114

    Just before we celebrated the news of tiger numbers swelling, Ranthambore reserve had a bit of a scare two weeks ago. One of its tigers, code-numbered T24, fell

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