Tag Archives: Wildlife conservation

Two Elephant Carcasses Found in Odisha’s Keonjhar District

Two More Elephant Carcasses Found in Odisha’s Keonjhar District

Elephant fatalities in India have increased due to dozens of reasons, including electrocution and poaching. Recently, two more elephant carcasses were found in Keonjhar district, Odisha, wildlife department officials reported. As to what caused these deaths, still remains a mystery; however, electrocution and poaching have

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The Dog Squad of Lewa: Conserving Kenya’s Rhinos

Dogs are known to be man’s best friend, and as a good example, intelligent dogs at Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya work to maintain security in the area. Recently, the paw-squad successfully made four arrests, bringing the poaching incidents to zero. Hands down to their

26 Wildlife Corridors Important to Species Conservation

Human settlements, progressive projects such as major highways and infrastructural development, and expanding farmlands, especially around forests, have resulted in widespread habitat fragmentation and isolation. Although the wildlife corridors have always helped the animals to move back and forth from one place to another, the