7 Things To Do in Quarantine

With a considerable rise in the outbreak of Coronavirus cases in the country, India is all set to face a 21-Day lockdown. Although remaining inside is a good way to protect yourself and others from the coronavirus, and is an important measure to help “flatten the curve” of daily cases that put pressure on our health care system, it could lead to a lesser evil: boredom and stir craziness. What’s…

Interesting Facts on Zebras

Zebras are definitely one of the many beautiful creatures inhabiting Africa. Zebras are several species of African equids (horse family) united by their distinctive black-and-white striped coats. They are social animals that live in small harems to large herds. Everyone would agree on the fact that no animal has a more distinctive coat than the Zebra. Every year 31st January is celebrated as International Zebra Day, we take this opportunity to share…

Interesting Facts on Cheetahs

4th Of December is celebrated globally as the International Cheetah Day. The motive behind the same is to spread awareness among the masses about the plight that these fascinating creatures face today. Africa’s most endangered big cat, the fastest land mammal on Earth, critical to it’s ecosystem and threatened across its rangeland – Cheetahs need your help! Here is a quick read about some interesting facts about the Cheetahs. With…

Winged Wonders of Ladakh

Even the roads leading to Ladakh have their own appeal! Yes, you read that right, when you’re about to reach Ladakh, the very first glimpse of this snow laden heaven brings a twinkle to your eyes. Just imagine looking down on a silent, placid, greenish blue lake – beautiful, isn’t it? Or imagine the sight of magnificent mountains greeting you – such welcome one could never forget. There’s nothing more…

Gorillas In The Mist

After having spent almost a decade photographing the cats, I decided it was time to capture some apes on film; armed with that will I stepped out into the land I had only read about in Dian Fosse’s books : The Land of Volcanoes. A slice of undisturbed forest lies shared between the borders of Uganda and Rwanda; and is home to the last living population of the largest terrestrial mammal…

Tadoba : The Summer of Smiles

From the Camp Diaries Dated 21 April to 24 April : STUDENTS BATCH Day Zero : As the train slowly chugged out of the Pune station, the excitement levels escalated rather quickly amongst the children. Most of the campers were avid travellers with a passion for wildlife. Day One : After a rather racy drive on the sunny, dusty roads of Nagpur; all of us, dropped into a tired heap…

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