In its 18th edition, the Scuba Diving Through Your Lens Underwater Photo Contest 2022 has brought the world’s finest underwater imagery. This time around, almost 2,600 entries were submitted across four simple categories: Behavior, Wide-Angle, Compact Camera, and Macro. This year’s photography contest, presented by
At a time when humans continue their assault on the natural world, institutes, such as the Natural History Museum, must stand their ground and pursue their goal of recording, storing, studying, and conserving living diversity. The institute has been a cathedral to nature since its
Humankind has wreaked havoc on almost every aspect of the environment, be it air, water, land, flora, and fauna. This encroaching approach has put numerous wildlife species in jeopardy. Many people fail to understand that to save the planet from impending doom, it is essential
The decade-long project of bringing African cheetahs to the Indian subcontinent seventy years after the animal’s extinction in the country is finally coming to fruition. After much discussion, negotiations, and planning, eight cheetahs will arrive in Madhya Pradesh’s Kuno-Palpur National Park (KPNP) on September 17.
The Bird Photographer of the Year has announced its winners for the 2022 contest. Over 20,000 entries were submitted this year for the world’s largest bird photographer competition. The grand prize was won by a photograph of a rock ptarmigan in its winter plumage flying
When I first watched Steven Spielberg’s 1993 “Jurassic Park,” it blew my mind away with the countless possibilities, implications, and consequences that the sci-fi movie made us ponder over. I wondered, can an extinct species be brought back to life with the magic of science?
The bioregion of Australia has been captured beautifully in the Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year 2022, which is a partnership between the South Australian Museum and Australia Geographic. Through photography of this region’s nature and landscapes, Australian Geographic is spreading awareness to save
In its third edition, the Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2022 has announced its winning images and they are breathtaking. Over 8,000 entries were submitted for this year’s photography award. The overall prize was won by the US photographer Dennis Stogsdill, for his marvelous
According to scientists, global warming is leading to a crisis in the gender ratios of sea turtles as 99 percent of them are born female. The experts blame climate change and soaring temperatures for this significant population decline of male sea turtles. Florida is facing
African elephants are evolving toward a state of tusklessness in a region linked with extensive ivory poaching – a study on elephant traits and genetics in Mozambique states. The Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique is the main area where more tuskless female elephants are being