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From remote peak bagging to offshore shark diving, here’s how to explore off the beaten path in Central America’s most […] The post ..read more
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Dubai and the United Arab Emirates are making animal conservation a government priority at a time when biodiversity is under […] The ..read more
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Peppered-moth caterpillars can change their hue to match their surroundings without looking, a study has found. But how they do it […] ..read more
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Hello Everyone! Adventure & Wildlife Magazine is conducting a photography contest on the occasion of Photography Day (19th August). ..read more
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A population of endangered Gangetic river dolphins has been found for the first time in the Mahananda River, a tributary […] The post ..read more
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A recent video which was posted to Facebook by the Forests and Wildlife Protection Society, said two Forest Department officials […] The ..read more
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The staffs of the Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary are thrilled with the recently obtained camera trap pictures. About five dozen camera […] ..read more
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Wildlife experts have discovered the Impressive Tortoise – a new species of tortoise that are elusive and have never been […] The post ..read more
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Cheetahs are considered as one of the most beautiful and amazing cats in the wild. Also, the cheetah is the […] The post NEXT IN LINE? ..read more
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Conservation International’s Rapid Assessment Program (RAP) spent three weeks trudging through the Mosquitia rain-forest in Honduras, and ..read more

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