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The tigress to be captured in Yavatmal district of Maharashtra.(Photo: Maharashtra forest department)
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In the Lonar case, after local residents shared photographs with the Maharashtra forest department, the latter on Wednesday asked the National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI), Nagpur to assess why there has been a change in colour.(Maharashtra Forest Department)
In the Lonar case, after local residents shared photographs with the Maharashtra forest department, the latter on Wednesday asked the National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI), Nagpur to assess why there has been a change in colour.(Maharashtra Forest Department)

113-hectare Lonar Lake in Buldhana turns pink

By Badri Chatterjee | Hindustan Times, Mumbai
UPDATED ON JUN 11, 2020 01:00 AM IST
In the Lonar case, after local residents shared photographs with the Maharashtra forest department, the latter on Wednesday asked the National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI), Nagpur to assess why there has been a change in colour.
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A picture of the tiger along with a map tracking its movement went viral on social media.(Twitter/@parveenkaswan)
A picture of the tiger along with a map tracking its movement went viral on social media.(Twitter/@parveenkaswan)

“Tum kaha, main yahaa”: Tiger walks 2000km in search of mate

By Indo Asian News Service | New Delhi
UPDATED ON MAR 06, 2020 05:23 PM IST
A tiger who travelled 2,000 km seeking his sweetheart, went viral on social media along with a map tracking its movement.
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The animals counted by the forest officials and volunteers included leopard, spotted deer, monkey, boar and peacock among others.(HT FILE)
The animals counted by the forest officials and volunteers included leopard, spotted deer, monkey, boar and peacock among others.(HT FILE)

Waterhole census: Should Mumbai worry about the health of its forest?

By Manoj R Nair | Hindustan Times, Mumbai
PUBLISHED ON MAY 26, 2019 11:41 PM IST
Is the waterhole census report worrying? Should Mumbai be worried about the decline in the number of animals reported in its forest?
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