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International Animal Rights Day: All Animals Have The Right To Live

International Animal Rights Day is celebrated annually on December 10, which coincides with the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. All...

Study: Re-Wilding Big Prey Animals Help Restoring Tiger Habitat

A new Wildlife Conservation Society-led first-of-its-kind study shows how to fully restore a key tiger landscape by re-wilding it with big, juicy prey animals. Publishing...

Actor John Abraham Named As The Person Of The Year 2020 By PETA

Bollywood actor John Abraham has been named the Person of the Year for 2020 by the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). In...

India’s First Wilderness Park Opened Near Hyderabad

India's first wilderness park with a focus on biodiversity conservation, rewilding, and a stated objective to be focused on total inclusivity was opened near...

4,400 Species Across The Globe Are At Risk Due To Changes In Wildfire Intensity

Changes in wildfire intensity and frequency driven by human activities are putting at risk more than 4,400 species across the globe, says a study....

Climate Change Increases Risks of Diseases in Animals

Changes in climate can increase infectious disease risk in animals, with the possibility that these diseases could spread to humans, warn researchers. The study, published...

Celebrating 4th October as World Animal Day 2020

By Shweta Porwal World Animal Day is celebrated annually on October 4th in action for animal rights and welfare. It is an international day raising...

Having Pets Linked to Reduced Psychological Stress During Lockdown

Sharing a home with a pet appeared to act as a buffer against the psychological stress during the lockdown, say researchers adding that keeping...

Varun Sharma: I’ve Always Been Intrigued With the Process of Wildlife Filmmaking

Actor Varun Sharma says he has always been fascinated and intrigued with the whole process of wildlife filmmaking. Follow NewsGram on LinkedIn to know what's...

Researchers Discover Footprints Dated 120,000 Years Ago

The landscape of the region now known as Saudi Arabia was completely different in the past from what it looks like today as researchers...

10 Facts on How Mosquitoes are One of the Deadliest Creatures in the World

A warmer climate, travel and trade are helping to spread mosquito-borne diseases as a deadly beast smaller than a paper clip poses a threat...

Scientists Find Oldest Specimen of Fossilized Giant Sperm

Scientists say they have found what may be the oldest specimen of fossilized sperm ever discovered, inside a tiny crustacean trapped in a piece...

Impacts Of Civil Wars On Native Mammals Are Often Indirect: Study

Researchers have found that the main impacts of civil wars on native mammals are often indirect, ultimately arising from institutional and socio-economic changes, rather...

Here’s How Mosquitoes Evolved to Bite People

A new study suggests dry climates and dense human populations are key factors in how mosquitoes have evolved to bite people. Noting that only a...

Gorillas, Whales at Equal Risk of Covid-19 as Humans

Humans are not the only species facing a potential threat from the novel coronavirus, but several critically-endangered gorillas, orangutans, gibbons, gray whales and bottlenose...

PETA Moves to Delhi HC to Seek Directions to Prohibit Animal Cruelty

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) on Monday moved the Delhi High Court to seek directions to the central government to prohibit...

Indian Pharmacopoeia Removes Animal Tests, PETA Welcomes Move

The Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission has removed the 'abnormal toxicity test' from the human vaccine monographs of the Indian Pharmacopoeia - the official compilation of...

Assam Floods Affect 48 Lakh People, Media Turns a Blind Eye

By Muskan Bhatnagar Heavy rains during Monsoon are common in the Indian State of Assam. Floods have hit Assam once again as these rains cause...

Dr. Munish Raizada in Conversation with Renee Lynn (Part-I)

Renee Lynn is an Activist, Columnist, Published Author, and Founder of Voice for India. Renee Lynn was born and brought up in New Jersey....

Use of Animals in Tourist Spots may Cause Covid-Like Diseases

An animal organisation has apprised the Union Tourism Ministry that humans can contract tuberculosis from elephants, glanders from horses, and camelpox and Middle East...

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High Omega-3 Levels Reduce The Death Risk In Covid

People with higher omega-3 levels in their blood may have a reduced risk of death from Covid-19 infection, a new study suggests. The findings, published...

People Hesitant To Visit The Emergency In USA For Children

Nearly one in four families in the USA had said that they would be unlikely to bring their child to the emergency ward if...

UNEP Says There Is An Increase In Climate Litigations

Climate litigation cases have spiked in recent years, making the courtroom increasingly relevant to efforts to address climate change around the world, an UN...

Study Links Light Pollution And Preterm Birth

Light pollution, based on a direct measure of skyglow, could increase the likelihood of preterm birth, a new study suggests. The study, published in the...