ScienceDaily reports The growth of forest trees all over the world is becoming more water-limited as the climate warms. The effect is most evident in northern climates and at high altitudes where the primary limitation on tree growth had been cold temperatures. The research details the first time that changes in tree growth in response to […]
Mahouts cross the Rapti River on their return home after collecting food for elephants in Sauraha.
An Indonesian mahout bathes a Sumatran elephant in a river in the Trumon wildlife corridor in the Leuser Ecosystem.
Vets assist a wild baby elephant. The animal was abandoned by its herd after it was caught in a trap and sustained serious injuries to its lower leg and foot.
A report by Anna Kucirkova for Caribbean News Now. Climate change and global warming have been hot topics for the last couple of decades. The phrase ocean acidification may not sound quite as familiar as the other two phrases, but it’s a growing environmental concern frequently described as the “evil twin of global warming.” Opinions on […]
One of the most relevant topics today is climate change, a widely debated and sometimes misunderstood issue. According to NASA, the weather is “short-term changes we see in temperature, clouds, precipitation, humidity and wind in a region or a city”. Climate, on the other hand, is defined as the typical/average weather for a region or […]
Indian Wildlife experience is very different than what you get to see in other parts of the world (say Africa for that matter). In Africa, in one national park and in one outing you can get to see say lions, rhinos, elephants, hippos, gazelles, monkeys etc – practically everything. This is not the case in […]