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Asian Tiger Population on the Uptrend

January 1, 2013 / No Comments

Of course, our wildlife is fighting for its existence, but it seems there is hope. We have begun hearing good news from the Wildlife Conservation Society on the Asian tiger of late. The WCS reports that Asian tiger numbers are increasing across Asia, particularly in southwestern India. The report adds that the animals have been leaving their protected habitat due ...

Tibetan Wild Asses Frolicking About

October 15, 2008 / No Comments

Somehow, deep inside, we knew those Tibetans were wild, didn't we? I mean, what's with sitting up in the mountains all day waiting for someone to come to you, ask you a question and such? Well, a few Tibetan wild asses got loose, or took to the fields, whatever, to hang out with the Qinghai-Tibet railway in Northwest China's Qinghai province. [gallery] The ...

Six Wandering Wolf Cubs

July 9, 2008 / No Comments

After seeing these pictures I remember childhood and the way I was hanging out with my friends. We used to walk and walk, with no set destination. Apparently that's what wolf cubs do, too. Bjørn and Birgit Sandberg were on a holiday at their cabin in Rendalen, Norway, when six wolf cubs - about two months old - paid them a ...

Earthquake forces Migration of Wolves

June 18, 2008 / No Comments

To be sure, it is not always we foolish humans that drive animals out of their natural habitats, Mother Nature can do it, too. A May 12th earthquake in the mountains of Sichuan Province devastated some of the natural habitats of the wolves in that same region. Only about 10 wolves have been sighted since and the government ...