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Volume 2 of my My Husband and Other Animals – The Wildlife Adventure Continues Release date: March 2018 More details in a bit.
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Is intolerance rising in this country?
Wildlife biologists, perhaps more than any other experts, wrangle with intolerance. Many wild animals won't stay contained within the safety of protected forests. Even tigers hunt and raise their cubs in adjacent farmlands. Their survival depends on the com...
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Why releasing Ustad does conservation no favours
Published in the Wire as The Case for Ustad’s Relocation Out of Ranthambore  on 22 May 2016  Photograph: Aditya Singh.  Ustad draws more tears, articles, and petitions than any other tiger, living or dead. More than a month after the Supreme Court refused t...
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Summer Houseguests
You may know the story of how frogs overran our house when we first moved in. (If not, you can read The Curse of the Tree Frog here.) With each passing year, fewer and fewer frogs called our home theirs. I figured the canopy had finally created a cooler mic...
Summer Houseguests
Summer Houseguests
wildlifealmanac.blogspot.com
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A thirsty chameleon
6th April 11:20 am Sonia, our young Irula housekeeper, walked into the house and asked, "Do you want to see a chameleon?" Rom and I grabbed our cameras and ran out, following her. A large skinny female chameleon stood poised over the bird bath. It was wary ...
A thirsty chameleon
A thirsty chameleon
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One Million Snake Bites
I wrote this in 2011 at the request of the film production company that produced 'One Million Snakebites,' a BBC Natural World documentary. Wasn't published then so here it is - If you are a young farmer in India, your chances of succumbing to snake bite ar...
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Incredible aerial acrobatics of leopards
Leopards climb trees to stash their kills, stay out of reach of tigers or lions, and just to catch the breeze. But I don't think we appreciate how arboreal these cats really are. You 'll never see leopards the same way again after you watch these videos. H/...
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