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Census 2015 (Lion)

According to 2015 census report, the number of Asiatic lions in Gir sanctuary of Gujarat and its surrounding areas has gone up to 523.

This 14th census lion census, has registered 27 percent increase in the number of Asiatic lions compared to 2010 census which had registered 411 Asiatic lions. 179 more words

Environment & Biodiversity

Do you expect your life to be immune from danger?

Alas, lions. They once were pretty much everywhere, from England and France, through to Turkey and Iran and all the way to India and China. And not tigers,  1,158 more words


Gir National Park—the last refuge for the Asiatic lion

People often assume that Africa and zoos are the only places to see lions, but they’re wrong. Asiatic lions, which used to roam widely throughout Asia, are still kings of the jungle in a small part of Gujarat in western India. 1,204 more words


Christian the Lion, Christmas, World, India, Asiatic Lions, CACH, Australia, ABC, John Key, Georgia O'Keeffe, Cats etc

Merry Christmas and Seasons Greetings! My thanks to Christian’s photographer Derek Cattani for yet again an irresistible Christmas card.

I live on the southern edge of Sydney at Bundeena surrounded by the Royal National Park. 2,427 more words


Continuing Sunday, September 28th

So my fellow interns and I are all working for the Animal Health Division here at then FAO so you know we all love animals! 559 more words

Blog Updates

Missing cub traced, may find new family soon

The cub that had gone missing ever since the body of his mother was shifted from the forest has been traced and is under constant watch by the department. 296 more words

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The Barbary Lion

Existing only in history books, the Barbary Lion is wrapped in mystery and legend both for its magnificent appearance and uncertain fate.

Barbary Lions (Panthera Leo Leo) also called Atlas Lions, once roamed North Africa’s mountain ranges and were considered the largest of the lion sub-species. 345 more words