Mahouts cross the Rapti River on their return home after collecting food for elephants in Sauraha.

via Chitwan, Nepal — KRISHNA KUMAR SINGH

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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 […]

via Indian Wildlife Experience – Unique & Different — Wild Indian Planet

India has an exceptionally rich and highly diversified flora and fauna, exhibiting complex composition, characteristics, and affinities. Over the past century, land-use changes and human population growth have severely affected most Indian mammal species and their habitats. One of the most charismatic and endangered species among large carnivorous mammals found in the Indian Himalayas is […]

via THE SNOW LEOPARD — NSS IIT Bombay