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Bolivia's Boggling Biodiversity

Whether or not the title is a rhetorical question does not matter; what does matter is our thanks to James Gorman, a science writer at large for The New York Times for this story about the work of Rob Wallace and colleagues at the Wildlife Conservation Society: 364 more words

Conservation

हाथी भी करता है स्मोकिंग ? देखिए वीडियो

डिजिटल डेस्क, बंगलुरू। ‘सिगरेट के धुएं का छल्ला बनाके’ सॉन्ग तो आपने सुना ही होगा। जो तस्वीरें हम आपको दिखाएंगे वो भी कुछ ऐसी ही हैं लेकिन अब की बार कोई इंसान नहीं बल्कि एक हाथी धुएं का छल्ला बनाके उड़ाता नजर आया है। हाथी की हैरत करने वाली हरकतें कर्नाटक के जंगलों में कैद की गई हैं।

News Paper Hindi

Aardvarks Penguins Whales Rhinos Tardigrades and Big Cats

Hurst:  Hi Carol!  I’ve been wondering – how did the big crowdfunding campaign kickoff go this weekend?  I saw that really cool Big Cat Infographic you posted on… 2,057 more words

David Schiff

Title: Investment Banker
Company: Kuhn, Loeb & Co.
Location: New York, New York, United States

David Schiff, Managing Partner and Investment Banker at Kuhn, Loeb & Co., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in investment banking.

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Banking

Bog turtles - a One Health Ambassador

The One Health Initiative promotes the idea that human, animal, and environmental health are all linked, so by changing one aspect of the triad you inevitably affect the rest. 606 more words

Blog Entries

Population of Sumatran tigers increases at Indonesian national park

A study from the Wildlife Conservation Society shows that the population of the Sumatran subspecies of tigers inhabiting the Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park in Indonesia are increasing in spite of continued threat to the species’ survival. 80 more words

Population

Unlikely Underdog Progress

Thanks to Steph Yin for news out of Burma, of all places:

Slow and Steady, a Tortoise Is Winning Its Race With Extinction

The Burmese star tortoise was almost history.

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Conservation