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Fine Young Wildlife Photographers

Daanish ShastriThis Sanctuary Cub photo feature showcases four young photographers who are going to be the torchbearers of the future of conservation and wildlife photography in India.

Croaking Out Loud

Bert WillaertPresented are the winning images from a nationwide amphibian photography contest conceptualised by Lost Amphibians of India (LAI), powered by Sanctuary Asia with Dr. Caesar Photography (DCP) as the operational partner.…

Agumbe – Paradise On Earth

Janaki LeninAn appreciation – In 2005, Romulus Whitaker set up the Agumbe Rainforest Research Station (ARRS) after he spent time exploring these amazing rainforests, where he saw his very first wild king cobra.

The Owls Of India

Tharangini BalasubramanianThere are more than 200 species of owls found in the world. In India alone, there are around 33 species of owls found in every kind of habitat. Owls have wonderful unique features that help them hunt…

Saxe's Elephant!

Varun ThakkarJohn Godfrey Saxe I was an American poet best known for his re-telling of the Indian parable The Blindmen and the Elephant, written over a century ago. Today, as the commodification of body parts of virtually every wild animal is rewriting…

Marine Wonderworld: A Digant Desai Portfolio

Digant DesaiDigant Desai took a sabbatical from nature photography to spend time with his kids and then returned to become a world – class marine photographer. In his words: “From the very first dive I was hooked and never looked back! It has now become more than…

Monsoon Blooms!

Suraj DasBy September, the magical monsoon casts a colourful spell on Indian hill slopes and plateaus to create floral wonder lands. The term 'monsoon flora' is used for herbs, shrubs and bushes that appear lush green during the rainy season and by August and September,…

Monsoon Is Here, So Are The Frogs

C.R. ShelareFrogs and toads are amphibians –this means they live a ‘dual life’ – as larvae in water and as adults on land. They evolved from fish around 400 million years ago by developing limbs and lungs. Amphibians are classified into three major groups…

The Animal Kingdom – Predators And Prey

Ram NarayananIn the natural world, many animals live by eating individuals of other species. Sometimes, animals are both predators and prey – which means that while they hunt another animal for food, they themselves can become prey for a larger…

A Steve Winter Portfolio

“As we are constantly bombarded each and every day with images – we need to find the story of the species and the image that makes us stop and look. Pushing ourselves as image makers is vitally important to generate interest from the public at large – to give them a reason to care about animals deserving…

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