Namibia still committed to habitat conservation…

by Mr Journo on September 27, 2013

At this time when our wild life is in grave danger ,Namibia’s commitment towards¬† the protection of wildlife and habitat conservation is an applaoudable¬† effort. We’re all familiar with the themes dominating headlines about Africa’s declining wildlife. Lions, elephants and tigers, one might think, will exist only in sad tales told to children in a […]

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Socorro Dove back in Mexico

by Mr Journo on September 27, 2013

Yet another happy news of re-habitation. This time from the North American country of Mexico. The Socorro Dove bird, which moved away from its Mexican home 40 years back is now back to the original land. Through the constant efforts of conversationalists and Biologists of Mexico city, the Socorro dove has now made Mexico its […]

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Italy’s Iconic Marsican Bear on the verge of extinction

September 27, 2013 Wildlife

Killing of animals seems to never stop. After making thousands of animals removed out of the equation, men are still greedy to remove even more. The iconic Italian Marsican bear could soon add its name to the long list of animals that are now out of this world. This happens just miles from the Italian […]

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Alert: Your handbag contains E.Coli!

September 27, 2013 Wildlife

Women carry handbag everywhere they go. It’s no surprise that it will be filled with stuffs like make-up kits and refreshments. But what even they do not know is that they carry a huge amount of threatening bacterias with them. Even more shocking fact is that one-third of the women say they never bothered to […]

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Mites in Eco-roof forces a School to close

September 27, 2013 Health & Fitness

However good a product or invention maybe, there are some disadvantages associated with it. The Eco-roofs installed across various schools and other buildings in the United Kingdom, have an untold problem, the mites. For the harvest mites, these Eco-roofs are a safe haven. A haven that they like very much. Such an instance happened at […]

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Birds in woods are at high risk

September 27, 2013 Wildlife

Woodlands are the natural home for the birds. They are believed to be safe there. And we also assume that due to the urbanization and converting forest areas into towns, we destroy their livelihood , render them homeless and put these birds at high risk . Though that is partially true, a study now has […]

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Zambian Rhinos on the rise

September 27, 2013 Wildlife

Poaching of Rhinos is very common in the African nations where they are hunted for its precious horns. The poaching has reached a limit where it threatens the very existence of the Species in the continent. Though various Governments are taking steps to control poaching, it is very difficult to control such crimes among the […]

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A new Genus of Rats discovered

September 27, 2013 Wildlife

New species are discovered around the world almost every week. But discovering a new genus is not such an easy task. It also does not happen frequently. Such a rare occurrence happened recently in Indonesia. Biologists here in Indonesia have discovered a new rat last month in a place where Sir Alfred Wallace discovered a […]

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Otters are back in Surrey!

September 27, 2013 Wildlife

It’s been a month of re habitation. Over the past month, we have seen a number of species returning to their old homes. Its one such a story from the United Kingdom. The Otters, which were unable to be tracked for more than 50 years by now, are now confirmed to exist in the suburbs […]

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A Pill to erase painful Memories

September 27, 2013 Health & Fitness

There is no backspace or CTRL+Z in life. Whatever once happened, could never be changed forever. If it is a painful thing, then the memory will haunt us for our entire life. Not anymore, says Scientists of MIT. They have discovered a pill that will erase¬† painful memories from our brain and let us lead […]

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