Blog Posts - Threatened Animals



Elattoneura caesia (Jungle Threadtail) – Endangered Species

There are six species from two genera of family Protoneuridae (commonly known as Threadtails) reported ((Disparoneura ramajana Lieftinck, 1971 is a junior synonym of Elattoneura leucostigma (Fraser, 1933), Elattoneura bigemmata Lieftinck, 1971 is a j...
by Real Zoologist on May 16, 2014

Master Hunters are in Danger – Introduction to Dragonflies of Sri Lanka

Though odonatologists had been working in Sri Lanka since mid-18th Century, knowledge about dragonfly fauna is meager, especially about the threat status, distribution, biology, ecology and taxonomy areas. Knowledge of the ecological and geographica...
by Real Zoologist on May 15, 2014

Product test on Animals. Is it Right?

Vivisection and Animal Rights   As реr Аnіmаl Wеlfаrе Асt, thе rеsеаrсh sсіеntіsts іnvоlvеd іn аnіmаl tеstіng аrе rеquіrеd tо соnsіdеr thе аltеrnаtіvе tо tеstіng оn аnіmаls bеfоrе bеgіnnіn...
by Real Zoologist on Apr 18, 2014

Fighting for life - Amphibians in India

by Crazy Zoologist on Mar 16, 2014

Fighting for life – Amphibians in India

“Frogs are extremely important indicators not just of climate change, but also pollutants in the environment.” – Sathyabhama Das Biju of the University of Delhi. Frogs and other amphibians are among the most threatened creatures in the...
by Real Zoologist on Mar 15, 2014

Sixth Mass Extinction Initiated

Extinction is a natural process, but, man-made causes have elevated the natural extinction rate in thousand times. The earth has already endured five mass extinctions, including the asteroid that wiped out dinosaurs and other creatures 65 million yea...
by Crazy Zoologist on Mar 12, 2014

Their Clock Is Ticking; Adenomus dasi (Das's dwarf toad) Critically Endangered (CR)

Manamendra Arachchi & Pethiyagoda, 1998We were discussing about biodiversity, biodiversity hotspots and what are the major threats that responsible for biodiversity degradation in the world. Then we (our research team) were thought to write an ar...
by Crazy Zoologist on Mar 1, 2014

Their Clock Is Ticking; Adenomus dasi (Das's dwarf toad) Critically Endangered (CR)

Manamendra Arachchi & Pethiyagoda, 1998We were discussing about biodiversity, biodiversity hotspots and what are the major threats that responsible for biodiversity degradation in the world. Then we (our research team) were thought to write an ar...
by Crazy Zoologist on Mar 1, 2014

Their Clock Is Ticking; Adenomus dasi (Das’s dwarf toad) Critically Endangered (CR)

Manamendra Arachchi & Pethiyagoda, 1998 We were discussing about biodiversity, biodiversity hotspots and what are the major threats that responsible for biodiversity degradation in the world. Then we (our research team) were thought to write an a...
by Real Zoologist on Feb 28, 2014

Biodiversity Hotspots: It Is a Shame

Biodiversity Hotspots in the World (Myers et al., 2000)You might have heard this term more than often in context to biodiversity conservations. Now let us get to know this in a more detailed manner. They are areas with a high density of biodiversity...
by Crazy Zoologist on Feb 23, 2014

Biodiversity Hotspots: It Is a Shame

Biodiversity Hotspots in the World (Myers et al., 2000)You might have heard this term more than often in context to biodiversity conservations. Now let us get to know this in a more detailed manner. They are areas with a high density of biodiversity...
by Crazy Zoologist on Feb 23, 2014

Sixth Mass Extinction Initiated

Extinction is a natural process, but, man-made causes have elevated the natural extinction rate in thousand times. The earth has already endured five mass extinctions, including the asteroid that wiped out dinosaurs and other creatures 65 million yea...
by Crazy Zoologist on Feb 23, 2014

Biodiversity Hotspots: It Is a Shame

You might have heard this term more than often in context to biodiversity conservations. Now let us get to know this in a more detailed manner. They are areas with a high density of biodiversity or mega diversity which are also the most threatened on...
by Real Zoologist on Feb 22, 2014

Biodiversity Conservation: A Need of the Hour

Ever if any alien happen to visit us the most astonishing and bewildering thing would be the phenomenal biodiversity we exhibit here. Not only for them, even for us humans who claim to be the most intelligent and civilized creation residing on earth...
by Real Zoologist on Feb 20, 2014

Sixth Mass Extinction Initiated

Extinction is a natural process, but, man-made causes have elevated the natural extinction rate in thousand times. The earth has already endured five mass extinctions, including the asteroid that wiped out dinosaurs and other creatures 65 million yea...
by Real Zoologist on Feb 20, 2014

Free the Bears Fund, Inc. Faces Off Bear Bile Farming and Other Bear Torture

Have you ever heard of a bear “bile farm” in Asia? In an incredulously horrid, cruel practice, Asian bears are confined to a coffin-like extraction or crush cage (2′ x 4′x 6′), immobilized, starved of food and water, and...
by The Traveluster on Jan 29, 2013


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