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Wildlife

Elephant carcass found in Teknaf Rohingya camp

Armed Police Battalion (APBn) recovered the carcass from a stream around 9:30am, said Cox's Bazar APBn-16 superintended of police Md Tariqul Islam

Elephant carcass found in Teknaf Rohingya camp

Now dead dolphin recovered in Teesta river

A group of fishermen recovered a dead dolphin that was floating in Teesta river in Kawnia upazila of Rangpur

Now dead dolphin recovered in Teesta river

Nature congress calls for protecting 30pc of Earth, 80pc of Amazon

An emergency motion calling for four-fifths of the Amazon basin to be declared a protected area by 2025 -- submitted by COICA, an umbrella group representing more than two million indigenous peoples ...

Nature congress calls for protecting 30pc of Earth, 80pc of Amazon

Seemingly unrelated crises share common roots, researchers say

Many everyday individual choices, like eating a chicken sandwich for lunch, have direct links to threats ranging from forest and species loss to climate change

The coastal area is seen flooded after the embankment is destroyed as the cyclone Amphan makes its landfall in Satkhira, Bangladesh on 21 May 2020.

Birds, mammals evolve faster where land has risen most: Study

The study found that the effect of elevation increase is greater than that of historical climate change, and of present-day elevation and temperature, in driving the formation of new species -- 'or ...

Birds, mammals evolve faster where land has risen most: Study

IUCN

Wildlife on a glide path to 'mass extinction': Red List chief

Nearly 30 per cent of the 138,374 species assessed by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List are at risk of extinction, the global conservation body reported Saturday

Wildlife on a glide path to 'mass extinction': Red List chief

Kenya to raise $910K for conservation of elephants

The funds will be raised from contributions during the upcoming Inaugural Magical Kenya Tembo Naming Festival scheduled to be held in October

Kenya to raise $910K for conservation of elephants

How did Argentine animals reach Bangladesh?

BGB rescued seven little-known animals along Tushkhali border of Satkhira’s Kolaroa upazila five months ago as these animals were being smuggled to India

How did Argentine animals reach Bangladesh?

Study suggest giraffes are highly socially complex species

This is comparable to other species with highly complex social structures and cooperative care, such as elephants and killer whales which spend 23 per cent and 35 per cent of their lives in a ...

Study suggest giraffes are highly socially complex species

Like humans, dolphins burn calories at lower rate as they get older

Despite living in a watery world, the team found that bottlenose dolphins burn 17 per cent less energy per day than expected for a marine mammal of their size

Like humans, dolphins burn calories at lower rate as they get older
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