Roars in lost land
As tigers are sighted in high mountains scientists wonder if they have always lived there or are migrants in search of a better habitat
Is India turning into a death bed for the last remaining South Asian tigers?
If the government does not wake up now and take corrective measures; Indian forests, wildlife and biodiversity have a very slim chance of recovery
World’s tigers should be classified into two species only, says study
‘Classification of tigers into too many subspecies reduces the scope of action for breeding or rehabilitation programmes’
Obituary: Nepal's fearless crusader for environment
His field-based scientific thrust and the fearlessness with which he put forth uncomfortable truths made him stand out
Genome sequence reveals big cats evolved to kill, eat meat
Mapping of genomes to help wildlife conservation efforts and combat wildlife crime
When exactly did the tiger colonise the Indian subcontinent?
Down To Earth popped the question to geneticists, historians and experts on the cat superstar. Here is what we were able to deduce
COVID-19, bad weather affect livelihoods in Bengal's Sundarbans
Inhabitants forced to enter forest areas that are home to man-eaters, other wild animals