• Youth and the Tasks Ahead
    is referring to the advice, which Aurobindo Ghosh gave to students of the Bengal National College. He urged them to do everything, including suffering themselves, to serve India. By way of refreshing to this advice, Dr. Karan Singh advises the educated youth to hold service of India dearer than...
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  • Essay
    Rushdie | Savitri | Aurobindo Ghosh | Sceptred Flute | Sarojini Naidu | Scholar Extraordinary | Nirad C  Chaudhuri | Shree Ramayana Mahaneveshnam | M. Veerappa Moily | Tarkash | Javed Akhtar | The congress and The making of Indian Nation | Pranab Mukerjee | The Wreck | Rabindra Nath...
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  • National Parks in Tamilnadu
    | | |2 |Even-toed ungulates (deer, gaur, pig) |34 |7 |20.50 | |3 |Proboscidea (elephant) |1 |1 |100 | |4 |Carnivora (tiger...
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  • General
    want to see this treasure disappear. We want our kids to see tigers. Ecological Balance: Yes again a scientific term but I guess most people do understand the term. Still how I look at it. A tiger eats a deer (in a jungle, the case in zoo is different where tiger gets ready made food) , a deer eats...
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  • Wildlife Conservation
    Wildlife is one of the most gracious gifts of nature 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...
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  • Geography
    1955 and also declared as a Tiger reserve under the Project Tiger in 1974. The main attraction of the park are the Barasingha or swamp deer. It also provides shelter to the other species of mammals such as tigers, langur monkeys, spotted deer,  sambhar deer, wild boar, jackals, blackbuck, crested...
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  • A Day in the Life of a Siberian Tiger
    I could exchange lives with. All the animals were endangered. I was to learn their lifestyles so that they could be saved from becoming extinct. The ten animals were the grizzly bear, Guadalupe fur seal, jaguar, mandrill, spider monkey, Siberian tiger, addax, African elephant, green sea turtle and...
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  • Top 10 Wildlife Sanctuaries in India
    One of India’s best tiger reserves, the Kanha National Park is nestled in the valleys of Banjar and Halon in Madhya Pradesh. Wildlife lovers from all corners of the world flock to Kanha to catch a glimpse of its tigers, spotted deers and wolves. The spectacular sunset at Bamni Dadar tops every...
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  • tiger
    animals, including deer, antelope, wild pigs, and cattle. Tigers try to remain out of sight and hearing of their enemies, especially humans; they prefer fleeing to fighting. They can be killed by wild dogs, elephants, and water buffalos. Man-eating tigers are usually individuals who are too old or...
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  • Icse
    a subtle way. Besides tiger, there are many other animals to observe, understand and enjoy. Elegant and graceful spotted deer, huge sambhar deer, crocodiles basking around the lakes, vultures soaring in the sky, Serpent eagles scanning the ground from its perch or the kaleidoscope of waterfowl at...
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  • Siberian Tigers
    Southeast Trans-Caucasus. The tigers liked rivers and lake basins, dense reeds, plume grass, or tugai forests that had poplar, oleaster and willow in Turkenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. If there was an abundance of wild boar, Bactrian deer, a large water supply, low snow cover, and dense thickets...
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  • Wild Life Conservation
    , tiger, leopard, deer, birds adrepriles. | 4. | Kolameru Bird Sanctuary | Tadepallegudum Andhra Pradesh | — | A breeding place for pelican and other visiting marine birds. | 5. | Chilika Lake | Chilika, Orissa | 100 | Waterfowl, duck, cranes, ospreys, golden plover, sandiper, stone curlews...
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  • Learn Smart
    | |Black Crested Gibbon |Bruneau Hot Springsnail | |Black Musk Deer |Brush-tailed Ratkangaroo | |Black Rhinoceros |Buena Vista Lake Ornate Shrew | |Black Softshell Turtle...
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  • sewage treatment
    deer and swine. With these 3 essentials, tigers can live from the tropical rainforests of Sumatra and Indochina to the temperature oak forest of the Amur River Valley in the Russian Far East. SIMILARITY The future of big cats With anything from 500,000 to 1,000,000 in the wild the future...
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  • Save the Tiger
    tiger’s k-9 tooth is 4 inches long, and an adult male can way 700lb, with the length up to 13 feet? They also live 8-10 years in the wild and up to 22 years in captivity. These animals eat wild boars but mostly deer. They rely on complete stealth to hunt. Tigers hunt alone to eat more and gain...
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  • Geography
    tigers, the other wild cats found in Ranthambhore tiger reserve are Leopards, Caracals, Jungle cats, Rusty Spotted cats. Fishing Cats and Leopard cats have also been reported but their sightings are yet to be verified. The ungulates include Sambhar, Spotted deer (Chital), Blue bull (Nilgai), Chinkara...
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  • tiger
    to four feet in height. The tiger is fond of blood and flesh. It carries off calves of cows, buffaloes, goats etc. from villages. It lives in dense forests. It lies in ambush, and suddenly springs upon its prey like deer, zebra and similar other animals in the forest. It sleeps by day, and hunts by...
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  • Wild Life Century
    . Maharashtra is home to a wide variety of rare animals and birds, including the tiger, crocodile, bison, gawa, neelgai, wild deer, sambar and a host of migratory birds. There are numerous wildlife reserves in the state, which offer wonderful opportunities to watch rich and diverse wildlife amid natural...
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  • Spot Fixing
    Sensing Agency d) Indian Space Research Organisation Answer: (d) Indian Space Research Organisation 2. Population of which species Increased in Kaziranga National Park despite poaching, according to the recent census which ended on 26 March 2013? a) Great One-horned Rhinoceros b) The Bengal Tiger c...
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  • Lkjhg
    the largest protected area in Southern India, totaling 2,183 km2 (843 sq mi). Nagarhole has a large elephant population; and tigers, leopards, wild dogs, and sloth bears are found in viable numbers. The large predators prey on a variety of ungulates, like gaur, sambar deer, chital (spotted deer...
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