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Tiger Tales  
October 30th, 2013 by Poornima Dasharathi

Tiger Tales

Who does not have a fascination for the Tiger? The handsome ferocious beast known for its courage and cunning always brings a thrill to those who get a rare sight of it in the wild! The sighting of the tiger in Coorg is today very rare. Read more

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The Rat Snake!  
March 23rd, 2013 by Ganesh H. R.

The Rat Snake!

The Rat Snake is essentially a snake of the plains, while it has been found up to elevations of 1,800 m. The snake is diurnal in nature, but may not be commonly spotted during daytime in populated areas. Read more

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The ‘Farmyard Sentry’!  
November 5th, 2011 by Ganesh H. R.

The ‘Farmyard Sentry’!

The Guineafowl is a bird species native to the African continent. Most species of this bird display dark grey or blackish plumage with dense white spots. Read more

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A Source of Amazement: the Mongoose  
November 2nd, 2010 by Deepti Michelle John

A Source of Amazement: the Mongoose

Hello,
I’m the well-known creature called the Mongoose. I’m known for my almost uncanny ability to tactfully deal with venomous snakes. Egyptians venerated me for this ability and because of my occasional diet – crocodile eggs! Read more

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