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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…

Migration Magic

Sandeep DesaiKids, do you know what migration is? Every year, when it gets too cold in their breeding (summer) grounds, great flocks of birds travel to regions that are warmer, known as their non-breeding, or winter grounds. Here, more food is available…

Rare And Endangered Birds Of India By Ramki Sreenivasan

Great-Indian-BustardThis gallery of avian images represents Ramki Sreenivasan’s quest to search for and document some of India’s rarest birds across the country. On an ever-changing, fast degrading subcontinent, this conservation photographer’s…

Diversity… The Spice Of Life

Ramakrishnan SreenivasanSanctuary presents the work of one of India’s most accomplished wildlife photographers, Ramki Sreenivasan, who has made it his life’s purpose to document wild India for posterity. His images…

Sanctuary Asia’s Facebook Finds

Vatsal TrivediSanctuary Asia’s Facebook presence was a natural corollary to our evolution from print and foot-on-the-ground reporting and campaigning. Our social-network savvy readers and supporters have responded admirably and this combination…

Picture Perfect

Dr. Anish AndheriaSanctuary's photographers and writers are not merely our skeletal framework, they are our lifeblood. Dr. Anish Andheria has helped shape this magazine over the past decade, often subsuming his own work to showcase that…

Bombax Ceiba – One Tree, A Universe By Raman Kulkarni

Raman KulkarniBombax ceiba is a universe unto itself. Also known as the red silk cotton tree, semul, Indian kapok or Indian cottonwood, this deciduous tree’s open, red, cup-shaped, nectar-rich flowers are a huge draw for birds and insects between…

The Magic Of Wildlife Photography

David RajuSPECIAL MENTION: DAVID RAJU – 'THE HEART OF MOTHERHOOD'

Caecilians lack limbs and this makes smaller specimens look like worms, though they are actually amphibians that can grow to lengths of up…

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