Monday, September 13

Wildlife

Birds In The Mountain Region Of Ladakh

Birds In The Mountain Region Of Ladakh

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The chirping of birds has increased in the happy atmosphere in Ladakh. Three new species of birds have come to Leh's Hanle as guests. The team of Wildlife conservation and bird of Ladakh have conducted three surveys in Hanle of Ladakh this week. This team of Ladakh has done this survey with bird lover Sonam Choladon. Doctor Salim Ali: Bird Man Of India These three birds were found in the survey conducted under the leadership of bird lover Sonam Choldonelle. Thus, three species of birds have come to the land of Ladakh.In this survey conducted in the Ladakh, the Union territory, three new species have come, their names are Blythus Pipit (Anthus Godlewski) and Ashi Doronga (Dicrurus Leucophaeus), and Brooks leaf Wobbler. These three birds of hot areas have never been seen before. In this ...
Do You Know About A Four – Legged Whale?

Do You Know About A Four – Legged Whale?

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Have you ever thought that the world’s largest fish whale would ever walk on land? Whales can also be reptiles that can live on both water and land. Yes, this is true. A discovery in Egypt revealed that whales may also have been reptiles. There are many mysteries about the whale that came to earth about 50 million years ago. Egyptian scientists have unearthed the fossil of a quadrupedal whale found about 4.5 years ago, about which the world was still unaware. Let us know about it in detail. Where was the fossil of a whale? This fossil of quadrupedal whale has been found in the west desert of Egypt. Talking about the exact location, it has been found in the rocks of the middle Eocene in the Fayum Depression of the desert. Many years ago it used to be a sea. Now it is just a
GPS Is Being Installed Inside Garuda.

GPS Is Being Installed Inside Garuda.

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Garuda or eagle is a rare bird of India as well as the world. In the last few years, the number of the rare big Garuda in Assam has been decreasing continuously. Apart from this, its number is also decreasing in Cambodia. But it is a matter of happiness that its number is increasing rapidly in Kadwa Diara of Bhagalpur. These birds of stark species have liked the air of Bhagalpur. After the iron Sarang, Janghil, and Ghonghil birds, now the rare big Garuda and small Garuda have also started making this their habitat. Taking this matter seriously, the government has sanctioned Rs 53.13 lakh for them. What is the project? Rings with GPS trackers will be installed in the Garudas so that their monitoring will be done. For this, the state government has given Rs 53.13 lakh to the fores...
Most Precious Trees Of The Indian Climate

Most Precious Trees Of The Indian Climate

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Due to the wide variety of climates, a lot of diversity is found in India. According to the available data, India ranks tenth in the world and fourth in Asia in terms of plant diversity. Some such trees are said that they can grow only in India. These trees have been growing in the soil and climate here for centuries. They have a very close relationship with the land, birds, insects, and the people here. We are talking about some precious trees like Banyan, Peepal, Neem, Tamarind, and Mango. All these trees grow in most parts of India. Name of that precious trees The banyan tree is the largest tree that grows on its own. Some of its branches hang down and sink into the soil, which forms another stem in addition to the main stem. In good condition, this tree lasts for hundreds of y...
Do You Know That Even Animals Were Prosecuted?

Do You Know That Even Animals Were Prosecuted?

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Today we are going to tell you such a thing, which you will be surprised to read. Till about 500 years ago, it was believed by humans that animals and animals and birds also have rights and duties like humans. Therefore, if any animal, bird, etc. did not perform their duties, then they were punished like humans and even animals were prosecuted. Let me tell you some funny incidents related to this. Once in Germany, there was a case against a chicken. His fault was that he had shouted loudly in the night before dawn. Due to which there was interference in the sleep of some people. The rooster was brought to the court and put in the courtroom. His lawyer gave many arguments to prove him innocent but he could not be saved. Then that chicken had to face the death penalty. Most o...
New Park With Indigenous Tress In Yamuna Khadar

New Park With Indigenous Tress In Yamuna Khadar

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The government of the country is running many schemes to make the country a delightful place, especially in the capital. There is a place in Delhi Yamuna Khadar. There was a barren land on the bank of Yamuna. also, there was nothing but acacia trees and mud. But now a park is being built at that place to return the Yamuna Khadar to its natural beauty. Trees of native species of Yamuna Khadar will be planted at that place. source: amarujala.com The Principal Scientific Adviser to the government of  India is also assisting in this work. The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) had started the work of developing Yamuna Khadar in 2018 itself. Where earlier the acacia tree, mud and drain water used to be full, now trees of indigenous species are being planted. How many trees ...
Importance Of International Tiger day 2021

Importance Of International Tiger day 2021

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Tiger is known as the national animal in India. But sadly, the number of this national animal has declined quite rapidly in the last decade.  According to the WWF, the number of wild tigers has declined by more than 95% since the beginning of the 20th century.Therefore, considering it as a serious problem, on the occasion of International Tiger Day 2021, we will try to find solutions related to it. Also, the theme of World Tiger Day 2021 is ''Their survival is in our hands”  International Tiger Day is celebrated almost every year with this theme. History of International Tiger day International Tiger Day is celebrated every year on 29 July to commemorate the agreement signed by the countries at the St. Petersburg Tiger Summit in Russia in 2010. The special purpose of t
India’s Forest Department Is Making A Eco-Tourist Spot

India’s Forest Department Is Making A Eco-Tourist Spot

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 According to the Travelers Choice Award 2021, the cities of India come at number 16th in the most popular cities of the world.  And perhaps this is the reason why tourism destination is being promoted in India's forest department. Initially, The government comes up with many schemes to attract tourists, one of which is to make village Balai a new center of eco-tourism.  Balai village comes in Tharu tribe-dominated Bahraich located on the Indo-Nepal border.  It is adjacent to the Nepal border, about 70 km from the district headquarters. Nepal’s border starts only after one kilometer of this village.  source: patrika.com The government is preparing this scheme at a cost of Rs.2 crore.  This scheme is made by the Forest Department. According t
Doctor Salim Ali: Bird Man Of India

Doctor Salim Ali: Bird Man Of India

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Salim Ali was a well-known ornithologist,  wildlife conservationist, and naturalist of India. He is often known as the "Bird Man of India".  He has surveyed almost every single bird of India.  After the survey, he used to write very well about the birds.  He has also written many books, in which "The book of Indian bird" is quite famous.  source: secon.in Personal Details He was born on 12 November 1896 in the Bombay Presidency.  He belonged to the Sulemani Bohra family, the ninth and youngest child of Moizuddin. By the time Ali was three years old, both his parents had died. Along with his siblings, Ali raised by his maternal uncle Amiruddin Tyabji and aunt Hamida Begum in a middle-class family in Khetwadi, Mumbai. According to his biography in "...
Romulus Whitaker Who Built The First Snake Garden

Romulus Whitaker Who Built The First Snake Garden

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Romulus Whitaker is an wildlife cosnservationist and the founder of Madras snake Park. He was born on 23 May 1943 in New York City in United State. His father is an army of the United states And, his mother, Doris Norden was an artist. After his parents divorced, his mother married Rama Chattopadhyay. After the birth of his sister Nina, his mother and his stepfather moved to Bombay (now in Mumbai) in 1951. In 1960, He continued his education at the Kodaikanal International school. During the Vietnam era, he was drafted into the US Army. A short career in the merchant Navy brought him back to India. He married Zai Whitaker in1974, with whom he has two sons, Nikhil and Samir. source: bookmyshow.com Whitaker is a naturalized Indian citizen. After a divorce, he married again and live...