Gharials of Chambal

The Gharial Conservation Program is one of India's best faring wildlife conservation efforts. R K Sharma, an officer at the Gharial breeding centre in Deori and an expert on wildlife in Chambal, delves into how the program is rolled out and what makes it successful

 
Last Updated: Friday 27 May 2016 | 12:57:23 PM

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