Category Archives: Crocodile

Learn more about tribal communities in the “Seven Sister States”: Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland & Tripura

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Tips | Nature, wildlife and more

Suggestions for search words: “tribal wildlife”,”biodiversity forest dwellers”, “Adivasi forest rights”, “nature conservation tribe”; for better search results, combine these words with a particular state or region of special interest: e.g. Madhya Pradesh, Bastar, Tamil Nadu, Meghalaya Gandhi believed that … Continue reading

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Slideshow | Discover Western Ghats ecology: A virtual journey for education and eco-tourism

Related posts Customs Ecology and environment Eco tourism | Tourism Economy and development Health and nutrition Hyderabad biodiversity pledge Modernity Nature and wildlife Networking Nilgiri Sacred forests and groves in the West Ghats – Karnataka and Kerala Organizations Success story Tribal … Continue reading

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Video | Chronicling 15,000 years of history: The Rock Art of Djulirri – Australia

The Rock Art of Djulirri December 14, 2010 by Samir S. Patel To watch all five parts from the beginning, click here >> In a remote corner of Arnhem Land in central northern Australia, the Aborigines left paintings chronicling 15,000 years … Continue reading

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Members of the Kani tribe “guardian angels” of the Karamana river (Western Ghats) – Kerala

To view more images and read the full story, click here >> Achuthsankar S. Nair, The Hindu, Metro Plus, October 12, 2012 Unlike city residents who pollute the water, tribal communities upstream revere the river History is often the story of … Continue reading

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