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Nature, By India’s Northeast

India’s incredible northeastern states are home to some of the most unique wild places and unbelievable variety of wild creatures... a lot of them endangered, even critically so! Take a look at few of Northeast’s wild denizens!

When Jayamma Spotted The Leopard

Jayamma Belliah, 35, is a Jenu Kuruba adivasi from Ananjihundi village in Chamarajanagar district, Karnataka. What follows is her photo essay about life in a forest where both humans and animals have the potential to kill and also be killed, by one another.  Over…

Wild Chhattisgarh

Rugged mountains, deep gorges, geomorphic caves, dense forests and more make Chhattisgarh an unmatchable refuge for wildlife. A universe unto itself with natural riches beyond compare – the state encompasses several Protected Areas. It is this exquisite legacy that Wild Chhattisgarh

Through The Lens: Using Photography To Tell Science Stories

A behind-the-scenes look at a first-of-its-kind workshop on science photography.

The Other Elephants Under Threat

While many rightly voice concern over the plight of African elephants that are undergoing a precipitous decline in number, Asian elephants are facing a catastrophic, yet less well documented decline of their own.

Frozen!

What does it take to survive, even thrive, in tough, icy mountainous terrain?

Equally tough and unique evolutionary adaptations. An unforgiving climate, hypoxia-inducing thin air, limited food and difficult terrain, par for the course in alpine ecological niches, may…

Spectacular Symbiosis!

A variety of intelligent associations exist among the millions of organisms that live on planet Earth. One such spectacular relationship is called symbiosis in which two different species form a mutually-benefitting and sometimes not-so-mutually benefitting relationship to survive. Here…

Patterned Chaos

Andaman redwood seedSimplicity piled upon simplicity creates complexity, reads a line in Matt Ridley’s book Genome. This complexity is often mistaken as chaos in wild nature, but a closer look, however, reveals repeating geometric…

Caught In Mid-Air!

Eadweard Muybridge’s photography of moving animals in the 1880s captured movement in a way that had never been done before. The images you see here wouldn’t be possible without his pioneering work that is used by scientists and artists even today.

Nature's Colourful Canvas!

ImpatiensColours! They are the first thing about any of nature’s creations to catch our eye. And they are very important too. In nature, colours speak a language of their own. While in some organisms, colours help to camouflage, in some,…

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