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India Leopard Census: Why Some States Left Out?

The first ever leopard census of India which revealed the estimated population of the wild species at 7,910, which may sum up to 12,000 to 14,000 all over the country after extrapolation of the numbers. The census area covered 350,000 sq km of forest habitat across the Shivalik hills and Gangetic plains, central India and the Western Ghats and 17,143 ...

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Growing Sea Levels Put Bengal Tigers at Risk, Says IUCN

Royal Tiger or more ordinarily Bengal Tiger started undergoing a decreasing tendency since 2011. It posed such an intense effect on these species that the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) declared them to be endangered in 2010.   Now, IUCN also declared that growing sea levels triggered by alteration in climate puts the Bengal tigers ...

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