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The Apple Fire: The Massive Wildfire in California

The Apple Fire is started on July 31 2020 during the 2020 California wildfire season. The wildfire began in Cherry Valley, as three separate smaller blazes within the rural canyons along Oak Glen Road.

The Leopard Gives Birth Inside a Hut in Nashik, Video Shows 4 Puppies Playing...

A leopard gave birth to four cubs in a shed in Igatpuri, Maharashtra’s Nashik on Tuesday. A video...

Blastopathes Medusa: A New Genus and Species of Black Coral From Papua New Guinea

Blastopathes medusa gen. nov., sp. nov., a newly introduced black coral, Based on morphological and molecular data described from Kimbe Bay in Papua New Guinea

A New Species of Fan-throated Lizard of the Genus Sitana From Northern Karnataka, India

Three Indian researchers have discovered a new species of fan-throated lizard of the genus Sitana from northern Karnataka, India. According to the research findings, new species is similar to members of the clade of Sitana spinaecephalus. However, can be distinguished based on morphological as well as molecular data

New Guinea Named World’s Most Plant-Rich Island

New Guinea is the largest tropical island in the world, the second-largest island in the world that has fascinated naturalists for centuries, and is part of both eastern Papua New Guinea and western Indonesia.

The World Elephant Day, 12th August 2020

Elephants are mammals of the family Elephantidae and the largest land animals currently exist in the world. They are intelligent and family-oriented animal species having a great memory

Let’s Celebrate The World Lion Day, 10th August 2020

The lion (Panthera leo) is a member of the Felidae family and one of the largest species on the earth. The average weight of a lion is about between 300 and 550 pounds and can vary in color from light to dark reddish- brown.

Madagascar’s Newest Mouse Lemur, A Pint-sized Primate Named After Leading Madagascar’s Primatologist

A new species of mouse lemur describes from Madagascar, considered the tiniest primate in the world. Scientists fear that almost all of Madagascar's 107 other native species of lemurs are at risk of extinction.
Clouded leopard

Let’s Celebrate the International Clouded Leopard Day, 4th August 2020

International Clouded Leopard Day (ICLD) is an international awareness day in an effort to increase the enslavement of clouded leopards and wildlife
Tree Planting

L’OCCITANE Australia Intervene to Plant One Million Trees Around Australia, Partner with the Foundation...

L’OCCITANE Australia has partnered with the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife (FNPW) as a charity partner, to restore natural habitats by regenerating Australia post bush-fires, support for vegetation and wildlife rehabilitation across Australia.

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The Great Migration – Greatest Wildlife Show on Earth

The wildebeest migration is one of the world's most spectacular natural events that occurs annually in East Africa's Serengeti-Mara ecosystem. Every year over 1.5 million wildebeest, zebras, and other grazing animals make a circular journey in search of food and water.
Western Tiger Swallowtail

Western Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio rutulus)

The Western Tiger Swallowtail are butterflies that belong to the popular ‘swallowtail’ group that is well-known for their vibrant coloration and characteristic triangular wings,
emperor tamarin

Emperor Tamarin (Saguinus imperator)

Emperor tamarins (saguinus imperator) are small monkeys native to the southwest Amazon Basin. They are easily identified by their long, white whiskers that look like a mustache.

A New Species of rupicolous Cnemaspis Strauch, 1887 (Squamata: Gekkonidae) from the Biligirirangan Hills of Southern India

A group of Indian researches described a new species of small-sized (SVL 24.6–28.8 mm) rupicolous Cnemaspis from the Biligirirangan Hills (BR Hills), Karnataka based on morphology and molecular (mitochondrial 16S and ND2) data

World Largest Mangrove Forest in Sundarbans

The Sundarbans, the world's largest single-track mangrove forest, is located in the southern coast of Bangladesh and northeastern India.

Alpaca Wool Banned by Columbia Sportswear

Columbia Sportswear, the famous outdoor apparel brand has announced a ban on alpaca fur following the campaigning efforts of PETA, an animal rights organization

A New Species of Platylestes Selys (Odonata: Zygoptera: Lestidae) From the Coastal Area of...

Platylestes kirani sp. nov. is described from the coastal areas of the northern part of Kerala (Kannur District) in southern India. Platylestes Selys, 1862 is a genus of stalk-winged damselflies in the family Lestidae

New Climbing Orchid Found From Vietnam; Vanilla tiendatii

Vanilla tiendatii is a newly discovered species for science from Limestone Mountain (elevation 300–400 m a.s.l.) of Quang Binh province in North Vietnam.