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Poaching and trade of golden jackals may be widespread in India, yet receives little conservation attention, states a study co-authored by scientists from the Wildlife Conservation Society - India, Arjun Srivathsa and Sushma Sharma. India’s efforts

The bright and colourful Green Avadavat is listed as Vulnerable due to its rapidly declining population—a consequence of widespread trapping for trade, which is compounded by continuous loss and degradation of its habitat. The distinctive and

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Over fifty endangered Indian star tortoises rescued by Wildlife SOS and Karnataka Forest Department from smugglers were released in their natural habitat with satellite tags. A report. In a first, Wildlife SOS and Karnataka Forest Department

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