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Coronavirus – a reflection 9th March '20

Madhya Pradesh

I’m sure you’re aware, and have heard on the news, there is a virus spreading from China called COVID-19 or the Coronavirus. It’s got our attention, and we’re sure it has got yours too. That said we don’t want to panic unnecessarily, in fact panic and misinformation can actually be more damaging than the virus…read more…

The remarkable yet unknown species of India – the slow loris 21st January '20

Bengal Slow Loris

Last month I came across a unique primate – The Slow Loris. Not only are these one of 10 smallest primates in the world, they are also the only venomous primate in the world. Yes! Venomous primate! With my interest piqued, I started studying more about this close cousin of ours. The Slow Loris comes…read more…

Portrait of a Red Panda 13th December '19

Red panda

I am writing this blog to showcase that when we talk about wildlife in the Indian Subcontinent we are referring to a diversity beyond tiger, leopard, lion, elephant and the one horned rhino. I’ve had endless discussions with so many on this subject that I decided it might be more effective to showcase how cool…read more…

How do you compare Safaris in Africa and India? 2nd October '19

The Difference between Safaris in African and India by Marc Reading Where does ‘safari’ originate from? The word Safari originates form the Swahili word “Safar” to journey. It was adapted by European travellers that visited Africa at the turn of the century and became Safari. A safari is a journey or expedition, for hunting ,…read more…

A Guide to India’s Wildlife 2nd October '19

A guide to India as a wildlife destination, home to 10% of the world’s wildlife species. Did you know that? The Indian subcontinent offers a spectacular diversity of wildlife. It has the highest number of wild cats species, it is home to 50% of the world’s bear species, and 12% of the world’s bird diversity….read more…

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