Category Archives: Wildlife Conservation


Manul – the lone steppe wonderer

Manul or the Pallas cat (Otocolobus manul) is one of the most fiercely independent and enigmatic members of the feline family. No bigger than a domestic cat, it greets the world with an intense predator’s […]


Snow leopard inspires unique alliances between science and religion in Tibet

Science and religion have historically been at odds as they offered competing views of the world. But now, in the age of rapidly expanding human population and just as rapidly disappearing biodiversity some unlikely alliances […]


Iberian lynx threatened by climate change

  The Iberian lynx – one of the world’s rarest wild cats may disappear from the face of the earth within the next 50 years, despite millions of dollars spent on conservation efforts. In the […]


Lost World revealing its stripes

With the ever-increasing globalization and homogenization of our world it is a miracle that some relatively unexplored places are still left on the face of the earth. South Sudan is one such place. Torn by  […]