National parks, essentially used for conservation purposes, created and protected by national governments, offer natural habitats to a diversity of flora and fauna species. The continent of North America is blessed with an abundance of wildlife, which is strictly protected by over hundreds of national
Generally, lions cannot adapt to coastal habitats. But since their habitats are shrinking due to human interventions, lions have no choice but to move to coastal regions. Lately, the unusual lion sightings on the beaches of the western Indian state of Gujarat have left everyone
During my ritualistic morning scroll through The New York Times, I found a piece of rather good news that made me smile. The news was that a polar bear subpopulation – a group of animals within the same species that are genetically and geographically different
While war is often an outcome of human misunderstanding and selfish motives, it is the wildlife that suffers the most. Amid the raging Russia-Ukraine war, conservationists are worried about the future of several endangered wildlife species living in Ukraine. War can have a catastrophic impact
With bee populations highly threatened by habitat loss and climate change, it has become crucial to save these insects that play a major role in pollination and maintaining the ecological balance. A third of the global food production is dependent on bees and other pollinators,
Humans are known to be the demolisher of nature and wildlife for ages, but sometimes humanity can surprise them all. In North Head Sanctuary at Sydney, a cardboard city has been set up for the wild creatures who are left homeless because of the wildfires.
Wildlife corridors have emerged as a solution to conjoin the habitats that have been fragmented by human settlements, anthropogenic activities and expanding farmlands. Also known as migration or habitat corridors, wildlife corridors help the animals to move back and forth from one place to another.
The northern white rhinoceros is a critically endangered subspecies of white rhinos. There are only two known individuals of this subspecies left – Najin and Fatu. Najin, one of the world’s last two northern white rhinos has been retired from the breeding program trying to
The silvery gibbon, also known as the Javan gibbon, is a primate species that is endemic to the Indonesian island of Java. Unfortunately, amid climate change and human encroachment, the small pocket of forest on the heavily populated island of Java as the habitat of