An article that introduces young readers to ‘The Living Planet’ from David Attenborough. In this volume, Attenborough traces evolution through a study on how animals physically adapted their bodies in accordance with their environment.
An article which introduces young readers to ‘The Trials of Life’, an enchanting volume on the natural history of animal behavior written by the eminent British naturalist David Attenborough.
A review of Ark on the Move by Gerald Durrell, in which he beautifully describes the wildlife conservation efforts from the islands of Madagascar and Mauritius.
The markhor is one of the largest members of the goat family is noted for its immense corkscrew shaped horns. They are found in the high altitude regions of the western Himalayas. Get face to face with this noble wild goat, which is the national animal of Pakistan, in this article.
This is the breathtaking story of the Salmon, and its vast migratory voyage from the ocean to their homes in freshwater, which can amaze the reader with the perils of the journey and the tenacity, homing ability and endurance shown by this anadromous fish.
Elephants are the largest land animals on our planet. Despite their massive size, they are gentle herbivores that coexist peacefully with other animals. Here is an article, which will help you in learning more about this gentle giant.
An article that introduces our young readers to the fascinating world of migratory birds.
An article that introduces readers to 'Fossa', the largest carnivorous mammal on the island of Madagascar.
In this article we continue with more record-breaking entries from the Animal Kingdom.
A short article about the fastest animals on our planet.