Animals

Poachers killed nine rhinos in Kaziranga this year

March 23, 2015 / No Comments

As per reports, Kaziranga National Park, the home for more than 2,300 one horned rhinos is facing a major problem, as the poaching incidents in the park have drastically increased over a period of three years. A new report claims that nine rhinos have been killed in Kaziranga National Park in Assam this year. The reports warns that Poachers have been given ...

Colony Collapse Disorder May Turn Catastrophic for Bee Population

February 12, 2015 / No Comments

Research findings reveal that the overall bee population across the world would be met with some fatal impact if things keep on going the way they are now. The pollinating insect is under immense pressure, due to the Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), whose causes are yet unaware. A recent phenomenon, CCD has been deemed a major catalyst for the reduction of ...

Tiger Farming in China Could be the Next Big Threat for the Animal’s Population

January 8, 2015 / No Comments

It’s often a sad world out there for wildlife. While animals are rescued and preserved on one side, the other side of the world reveals how cruel it can be when dealing with animal issues. China has been a  nation that has been attracting criticism for its unethical treatment of wildlife. The country is back in the news once again, this ...

Chinese Manufacturers Found Ruthlessly Skinning Dogs to Make Cheap Leather [Video]

December 29, 2014 / No Comments

China’s treatment of animals is not something to be lauded. As you know, the Asian nation has been frequently been involved with unethical treatment of animals. The latest we hear from Chinese terrain is something that would call for condemnation. The People for Ethical Treatment of Animals have revealed that Chinese slaughterhouses have been engaged in brutal treatment and slaughtering of ...

Baby Animal Abduction Becomes the Next Main Threat to Wildlife Preserves in Zimbabwe

December 15, 2014 / 1 Comment

As if animal poaching wasn’t enough to bring down Zimbabwe’s wildlife population to piteous numbers, poachers are into large-scale baby abduction. Despite being a nation with bright prospects for wildlife affluence, Zimbabwe is facing serious concerns when it comes to preservation of wildlife, the new issue being abduction of infant animals. Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force has reported that wildlife infants are ...

Video: Eaten Alive, Paul Rosalie One Hour in Anaconda’s belly

December 8, 2014 / No Comments

For Paul Rosalie, it was a long time goal to get eaten up by the largest snake in the world, and finally he had done that it in the wildest manner. ‘Eaten Alive’, the Discovery Channel Program featured an Anaconda eating Rosalie, and finally he came out from the belly of the snake without any harm. The program was aired in the ...

Seals taking advantage of the wind farms for hunting grounds

July 22, 2014 / No Comments

Active wind farms in Germany and UK are being rendered by seals for hunting grounds for food. This act has shocked the scientists who saw the same via satellite trackings in the area. ive areas. A research in the journal Current Biology showed that seals encountered a series of pipelines making multiple trips in a day. Far away from the coasts of ...

Six-Crore-Year-Old Dinosaur Fossilised Feces Found In Narmada Valley In India

July 15, 2014 / No Comments

Rare fossilized feces of six-crore-year-old dinosaurs have been found in the Narmada valley in the Madhya Pradesh region. Though this region has been rich in dinosaur remains, fossilised feces have been found for the very first time. These have been discovered in the Umarban area near Mandu in the Dhar district. Earlier dinosaur bones and eggs have been recovered from the area, ...

Temperature And Weather Determine Sex Of Offspring In Insects!

May 24, 2014 / No Comments

It has been known for long that the temperature inside the breeding ground where reptiles lay their eggs determines the sex of the hatchlings. But temperature and weather might also have a clear effect on determining the sex of offspring in insects as well. Latest research by a team of experts led by Joffrey Moiroux from the University of Montreal in Canada ...

Cool Drunk Fish Bowl Over The Sober Ones With Bold Moves!

May 21, 2014 / No Comments

Somehow, both smoking and drinking have always carried a sense of ‘coolness’ along with them and it seems like this trait is not exclusive to the human world. In a strange turn of events, it is the drunk fish that always end up being the “designated drivers” of the school, as a recent research showed! Yup, when you think of fish and ...