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Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary to boost eco-tourism with artificial waterfalls

The waterfalls and the fountains in Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary are being developed by the Territorial Army in coordination with the forest department. Experts said that any "ill-thought" intrusion will drive wildlife away from their habitat and may lead to man-animal conflicts.

Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary to boost eco-tourism with artificial waterfalls and floating fountains, experts warn of wildlife disruption(Twitter/indian_journey)
Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary to boost eco-tourism with artificial waterfalls and floating fountains, experts warn of wildlife disruption(Twitter/indian_journey)
Updated on Oct 18, 2022 06:15 PM IST

Smart elephant and sister try to trick keepers for more food, get caught. Watch

This video that was recently shared on Instagram by Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, shows how a teen elephant and his sister tried to trick the keepers for more food, but got caught.

The elephant engages in some ‘faux scratching’ in order to trick the keepers to get more food in this Instagram video. (Instagram/@sheldricktrust)
The elephant engages in some ‘faux scratching’ in order to trick the keepers to get more food in this Instagram video. (Instagram/@sheldricktrust)
Published on May 03, 2022 02:59 PM IST

Robert Irwin's 'anger management vlogs' with a cute, angry bird go viral. Watch

These videos that were posted on Instagram by Robert Irwin show how he tries to help an angry curlew bird with some anger management classes.

Screengrab from the Instagram video that shows Robert Irwin teaching anger management to an angry curlew bird. (instagram/@robertirwinphotography)
Screengrab from the Instagram video that shows Robert Irwin teaching anger management to an angry curlew bird. (instagram/@robertirwinphotography)
Published on Feb 28, 2022 03:14 PM IST

Five incredible pictures of wildlife by Randeep Hooda that may mesmerise you

Randeep Hooda often takes to Instagram to talk about preservation of the wildlife and creates awareness around it.

A photo of a tiger taken by actor Randeep Hooda. (instagram/@randeephooda)
A photo of a tiger taken by actor Randeep Hooda. (instagram/@randeephooda)
Published on Nov 21, 2021 07:20 PM IST

Corbett Tiger Reserve opens for round-the-year tourism

Corbett's opening generated great enthusiasm among wildlife lovers with around 50 bookings made for the day safaris on the inaugural day. Opening the reserve for round-the-year tourism will help people whose livelihoods are connected with it

Corbett Tiger Reserve opens for round-the-year tourism(File Photo)
Corbett Tiger Reserve opens for round-the-year tourism(File Photo)
Updated on Jun 29, 2021 05:36 PM IST
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