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Wednesday Aug 17, 2022

Wild Animals

Nepal's contribution in tiger population

Jul 29, 2022
The highest number of 128 tigers in Nepal is found in Chitwan National Park.

Woman injured in tiger attack

Jul 2, 2022
Gurung is undergoing treatment at the old medical college.

A look at Amboseli national park in Kenya

Jun 13, 2022
Located in Kajiado South Constituency in Kajiado County, Kenya, Amboseli National Park

Two arrested for illegally trafficking wildlife

Jun 13, 2022
A team of Nepal Police personnel arrested two persons in possession of wild animals including tortoises

22 killed in wild animal attacks in Chitwan

Jun 5, 2022
Twenty-two people who went to the Chitwan National Park and surrounding areas to collect firewood and for cattle grazing have died in an attack by wild animals.

New York officials investigate case of suspected monkeypox

May 22, 2022
New York health officials are investigating a potential case of monkeypox after a patient tested positive.

Poacher arrested with dead deer and loaded pistol

Mar 1, 2022
Dil Bahadur Shrestha, 35, of Sabhapokhari-4, Falate of Sankhuwasabha, Chainpur Municipality-7 has been arrested by the police on Monday morning.

Snowfall affecting wildlife: Deer dies of cold in Dhorpatan

Feb 8, 2022
A deer has died due to the snow at Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve, the only hunting reserve in Nepal.

Leopard attack claims life of minor girl in Bandipur

Oct 12, 2021
A nine-year-old girl died in a Leopard attack in Bandipur Rural Municipality in Tanahu district on Monday.

Glimpses of animals at Central Zoo

Aug 20, 2021
Central Zoo, the only zoo in Nepal, is home to almost 993 different wild animals




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