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The Tamil Nadu government has declared #Ousteri #Lake and the bio-diversity rich forest areas of #Tirunelveli as #bird and #wildlife sanctuaries.

Read more at: http://goo.gl/ez2hv5
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The #Machli is a popular royal tigress that lives in the #Ranthambore National Park. She is the most photographed tigress of the world and is known for the legendary fight against a 14-feet long crocodile. 

Read more about this famous tigress here: http://goo.gl/q16Sx1
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#Bhitarkanika #National #Park in Odisha has reason to smile as around 3,000 saltwater crocodiles were born recently, said the divisional forest officer (DFO) Kedar Kumar Swain. 

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After confirming a presence of tigers in #Dibang #Wildlife #Sanctuary in Arunachal Pradesh by the Wildlife Institute of India, the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) recently asked the state Forest Department to submit a proposal to declare the area as a tiger reserve.

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The Tripura government has plan to develop an elephant reserve to curb man-elephant conflict.

More information here: http://goo.gl/qHEUH4
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A very good piece of news!

#Corbett Tiger Reserve of India which is one of the country's most prominent #wildlife tourist destination has turned 78 on Friday, 8th of August 2014.

Read more: http://goo.gl/K4l7X8
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If you are planning for a #wildlife tour to India, than you must know why and how you can plan this unforgettable tour. 

Read here to know more: http://goo.gl/DXiJz5
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Lansdowne Forest Division officials spotted Indian Giant Flying Squirrel after four decades.

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The World Elephant Day is celebrated throughout the world on 12th August every year to spread awareness among the people to save the endangered elephants. They are lovely beast and we all can protect them by contributing a little bit.

Read more for detailed information: http://goo.gl/3BGsIa

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