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    @ Mrudul ji, Naukuchiatal is a good birding...

    @ Mrudul ji, Naukuchiatal is a good birding place. We had a plan to visit Binsar WLS. Reached Nainital on 18th Oct afternoon amidst heavy rain and landslide. We canceled to proceed further towards...
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    Blue-winged Minla

    Pair of Blue-winged Minla from Naukuchiatal, Uttarakhand.
    Canon EOS 7D + Canon 500mm f4 + Monopod
    ISO 200, 1/400, f4, Full frame
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    Blue-throated Barbet

    Our village has a good population of papaya trees and Blue-throated barbet are also very common through out the year. Specially this colorful bird easily grab our attention while enjoying ripe papaya...
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    Thank you all:) Sabyasachi da, I was on gipsy...

    Thank you all:)
    Sabyasachi da, I was on gipsy and a group of student were with me. there was no chance to move.
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    Yellow throated Marten

    A Yellow throated Marten on silk cotton tree. They often feed on nectar of silk cotton flower in spring. Photographed in Manas NP, 2016. You may also read my latest article about Rhino of Manas in...
  6. Originally written in Bengali by Samrat Sarkar...

    Originally written in Bengali by Samrat Sarkar
    Translation into English by Bishwajit Debnath
    Photography - Samrat Sarkar
    Equipment used - Canon EOS 7D + Canon 500mm f4 + Monopod and Olympus OMD...
  7. Part 12

    Today most of the large river dams in all over the world are a flop. The benefits that the river dams have brought to us are in most cases much less than the damages that they have inflicted to the...
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    The process of translocation of Rhinos in Manas started on 2006. Translocation is a process of relocating Rhinos from one place of a forest to another place or to some other forest which is suitable...
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    And in another camp I saw a Rhino grazing on grass with its cub carelessly while a forest official was happily taking a bath with the well water. There were no barbed wires separating the Rhinos and...
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    At times it came to drink water at the well of the desolate camp in the late afternoons.
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    Perhaps it felt very close with the forest officials. It came near the camp in early morning, looked here and there as if enquiring, have anyone got up from bed so early in the morning? The forest...
  12. Part 7

    The Mynas pecked and feed on the parasites from the spot of the wound. The Rhino must have felt tremendous pain when the Mynas pecked on the wound. But I have never seen it to prevent the Mynas from...
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    Very recently, in an investigation in South Africa it has been known that the Black Rhinos eavesdrop on the chirping of the oxpecker birds sitting on their heads or on their backs. The vision of the...
  14. Part 5

    Here frogs are waiting to catch flies that are stuck on Rhino’s skin when the Rhino submerges its body into a pond in a hot day at Manas.
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    The temperament, the body language of the Rhinos and their relation with other living animals around them have always aroused tremendous interest and curiosity among us. In Manas, I have noticed that...
  16. Part 3

    The history of the Rhinos in the Manas National Park of Assam is full of ups and downs. Manas has time and again been badly affected by fierce tussles among different political groups. In 1987 a mass...
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    Sometimes, on the pretext of constructing new roads, for constructing new residential areas to cater for the growing human populations, for agricultural needs or sometimes just for the fun of killing...
  18. The legend of Manas- Indian One-horned Rhinos

    "I think I could turn and live with animals, they are so placid and self-contained
    I stand and look at them long and long.
    They do not sweat and whine about their condition,
    They do not lie awake...
  19. Thread: Eelscape

    by Samrat Sarkar
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    Eelscape

    Asia Swamp Eel (Monopterus albus) in its habitat. An elusive and mysterious fish mainly caught for palatable dishes in West Bengal. But their life-cycle, behavior, breeding ecology are still little...
  20. @Pawan ji, I missed to mention the Equipment...

    @Pawan ji, I missed to mention the Equipment details. It is Olympus OMD-EM1 + Zuiko 12-40mm PRO lens.
  21. @Mrudul Ji, Yes most of the time it comes to the...

    @Mrudul Ji, Yes most of the time it comes to the water surface with 7 to 8 mins intervals, but in afternoon the intervals extended upto 15 mins. That was cloudy, humid day with showers time to time....
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    The face of the eel..
    Photographed with Olympus OMD EM 1 + Zuiko 12-40 PRO lense
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    This is the habitat of eel. Can you spot him into water here?
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    And again disappeared into water.. The gap between two sequence was 7 to 8 minutes.
  25. Part 5

    Then it opened its mouth and took a breath...
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