April 2014

Jungles can hold many secrets and rarities and it is not unusual to stumble upon them while travelling. These unique sights and sounds are usually fleeting and may be perceived for a matter of seconds but capturing them on camera is vital since they constitute valuable evidence in the field of natural history.

SPECIES OF THE MONTH
Hoolock Gibbon
Hoolockhoolock (Western Hoolock Gibbon)
 
NEWS FROM JUNGLE
Kaziranga National Park has always been famous among nature lovers for its rhinoceros population but has never really been known for tiger spotting.

Kaziranga NP
Kaziranga National Park in India has been deemed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. In comparison to other protected sites in India, Kaziranga has managed to attain a significant level of success in terms of wildlife conservation. Situated at the edge of the Eastern Himalayan biodiversity hotspot, Kaziranga combines high visibility with species diversity.


Wildlife in India has become synonymous with tigers. This shall not come as a surprise since the tiger happens to be the national animal and is also the face of “Incredible India!” campaign.


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