• Wildlife Conservation
    to this land, which is as rich in its variety and colours as its number. The majestic lion, the grateful yet fearsome tiger, unproductive leopard, powerful elephant, the nimble deer, attractive antelope, the picturesque peafowl, the gorgeous pelican, the beautiful parakeets, wood-pecker and the elegant...
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  • Market Research
    patients. He had to mortgage all the jewellery of his family members to raise funds to start the first hospital. The hospitals were named after Sri Aurobindo, one of the 20th century's most revered spiritual leaders. In essence, Sri Aurobindo's teachings insist on transcendence into a heightened state of...
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  • Siberian Tigers
    Chan Chao Ms.villanueva American lit. Per. 5 Siberian Tigers 1)what i/we know, assume or imagine. I chose the Siberian Tiger because to me, learning about tigers are very fascinating. The size of the Siberian Tigers are very intimidating. One of my favorite things about them is their color. I find it...
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  • National Parks in Tamilnadu
    now known as Jim Corbett National Park. By 1970, India only had five national parks. In 1972, India enacted the Wildlife Protection Act and Project Tiger to safeguard the habitats of conservation reliant species. Further federal legislation strengthening protections for wildlife was introduced in the...
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  • General
    Tiger – the word reminds me of an image of an animal, loud sound, scary teeth, an animal hunting food, running after a dear or some poor herbivore and it can even be a human being.. [pic] But then tiger is also symbolic of strength/bravery/courage, remember the advertisement of Lipton tea?? We have...
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  • Youth and the Tasks Ahead
    success of democracy. Q10. “All is contained in that one single advice”. Which advice of sri Aurobindo is the author referring to? The author is referring to the advice, which Aurobindo Ghosh gave to students of the Bengal National College. He urged them to do everything, including suffering...
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  • Project
    common factor is that they have plenty of water for at least a part of the year. The majestic Royal Bengal Tiger has its habitat in the wetlands of sunderbans mangrove forest. The Manipur deer lives in the swamps around Loktak Lake of the valley. Besides mammals, a rich variety of waterfowl is also found...
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  • Geography
    is a part of the much larger Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve (1334 sq km). The reserve is home to over 40 species of mammals, 300 species of birds, 45 species of reptiles and over 300 species of plants. However it is the “relatively easy sightings” of wild tigers that has made Ranthambhore famous all over...
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  • Wild Life Conservation
    Wildlife Sanctuary | SibasaaAssam | 430 | Rhinocerus, elephant, wild buffalo, bison, tiger, leopard, sloth bear, sambhar, pelican, stork, eagle. | 2. | Manas Wildlife Sanctuary and Tiger Reserve | Kamrup Assam | 540 | Tiger, panther, wild dog, bear, rhinoceros,gaur, golden angur etc. | 3. | Jaldapara...
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  • Icse
    most noticeable tree in the Ranthambore National Park is the 'Dhok' (Anogeissus pendula). The leaves of the Dhok trees form a favorite diet for the Deer, Nilgai and Antelope. Other most prominent trees in the park are the Banyan (Ficus bengalensis) and Pipal (Ficus religiosa) It is worshipped and also...
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  • tiger
    Tiger tiger, large carnivore of the cat family, Panthera tigris, found in the forests of Asia. There are six subspecies of P....
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  • Wild Life Century
    sanctuaries, referred to as Wildlife sanctuaries (IUCN Category IV Protected Area). Among these, the 41 Tiger Reserves are governed by Project Tiger, and are of special significance in the conservation of the tiger. Some wildlife sanctuaries are specifically named Bird Sanctuary, e.g. Keoladeo National Park before...
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    be animal manifestations (performances) of hunting deities (god) in ancient Asia and Africa. The leopard is smallest of the 4 big cats after the tiger, lion and jaguar. Leopard show a great diversity in coat color and rosette patterns. Their rosettes are circular in East Africa but tend to be squarer...
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  • A Day in the Life of a Siberian Tiger
    jaguar, mandrill, spider monkey, Siberian tiger, addax, African elephant, green sea turtle and the giant panda. I chose the Siberian tiger, for it was the most endangered animal of the group, as well as the most interesting. Only about 200 Siberian tigers were left in the world, this minute population...
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  • Top 10 Wildlife Sanctuaries in India
    the Royal Bengal Tiger roams free. Spread over 392 sq kms and located just 130 kms away from Jaipur, the deciduous forests of Ranthambore make for great wildlife viewing and though besides the tiger, one can spot other game like sambar, chital and panthers, it is primarily the tiger that one comes here...
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  • Save the Tiger
    basketballs? One that’s voice that can be heard for 5 miles. I have! I know some of you are thinking of bears or elephants but no I’m talking about tigers. I have had an experience with them because my mom worked with them at a place called Tiger’s Eye. There are about 8,000 left in the world due...
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  • tiger
    The tiger looks like a big cat. It has a long tail. Its strong body is brownish with black stripes on it. Its padded feet have sharp claws. Its four teeth, two in the upper jaw and two in the lower jaw are sharper and stronger than the rest. A tiger can be about eight to ten feet long, and three to...
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  • Media
    British, some newspapers played a very notable role. This included the Hindi Patriot! Established in 1853, by the author and playwright, Grish Chandra Ghosh, it became popular under the editorship of Harish Chandra Mukherjee. In 1861, the paper published a play, "Neel Darpan" and launched a movement against...
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  • Manas Wildlife Sanctuary
    The Manas River is a major river that passes through the heart of the national park. Manas was declared a sanctuary on October 01, 1928. The Manas Tiger reserve was created in 1973. Before it was claimed a sanctuary it was a forest that used to be called the Manas R.F. and North Kamrup R.F. The forest...
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  • Geography
    Going beyond such arguments wildlife and their habitats provide us with tangible benefits.  The forests that clothe the habitats of our wildlife like tigers, elephants, hornbills, lion-tailed macaques, king cobras are also watersheds of major river systems of Karnataka such as Cauvery, Bhadra, Nethravathi...
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