Category "Eco Talk"

24Jul2019

The Puff Throated Babbler is found in scrub and moist forest mainly in hilly regions. They forage in small groups on the forest floor, turning around leaf litter to find their prey and usually staying low in the undergrowth where they can be hard to spot. They however have loud and distinct calls, including a morning song, contact and alarm calls. They can often be seen creeping through undergrowth in search of their insect food. […]

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18Jul2019

One horned rhinoceros use their dung to announce to their fellow Rhinos where they have been and to also mark their home range. Rhino’s also come back to the same spot to defecate everyday, thereby helping nearly 25 species of plants to germinate and thrive on the forest floor. Interestingly, nearly 18 out of this 25 plant species depend entirely on the Rhinos to germinate. […]

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17Jul2019

The Oriental Honey Buzzard is a resident raptor of the Indian subcontinent in South India and can migrate to Siberia and Central Asia in summer in North India, inhabiting woodlands of various climatic types, preferring broad leaved forest. They are found in a large range of habitats, from India to South Asia to China and Siberia. […]

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3Jul2019

Energy plays a vital role in almost all spheres of development and progress such as communication, transport, healthcare, food and agriculture. The socio-economic progress of any country is based on its industrial and agricultural activities which in turn are heavily dependent on energy resources. […]

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