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The Mormons

Popularly known as the Butterflyman of India, Isaac Kehimkar has dedicated 30 years of his life to these winged beauties. Today, as he is all set to release his magnum opus Butterflies of India, let's revisit the very first article he wrote about butterflies, which was published in Sanctuary Asia in 1986. One of the many strategies evolved by nature for the survival of butterflies, adaptive…

A Fortnight On The Cuiaba

“Such is the diversity and sheer magnificence of the Pantanal in Brazil that even after having returned to the daily grind for more than three weeks now, the wilderness of the wetlands hasn’t left me,” reflects Bhavna Menon of her indulgent neotropical experience.

Tigers – The Disastrous Decade

Despite the recent brouhaha over increasing tiger numbers, all is not well in its realm, opines wildlife defender Valmik Thapar.

Crab Arribada

While searching for frogs in Goa’s Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary, Keerthi Krutha chances upon thousands of crabs on the move.


A long-time visitor to Chhattisgarh’s Achanakmar Tiger Reserve, Prodipto Lahiri still finds himself enchanted by this remarkable forest.

All The Better To See You With

In and around the Auroville Township in Puducherry live at least six species of owls. Eric Ramanujam offers Sanctuary readers a charming introduction to these birds of darkness.

The Unbearable Din Of Being A Dolphin

The ‘Silent World’, our great oceanic realm, is subject to a cacophony of human-produced noise that impacts marine life. Vivek Menon thinks it’s time we concentrated on quietening our sonic seas.

Zoos Dehumanise Us

The Mumbai zoo’s latest imports, eight Humboldt Penguins, are here and stirring up quite a controversy. Editor-in-chief, Sanctuary Cub magazine and mother to two young boys, Tara Sahgal writes on the disastrous impacts of ‘unwilding’ our kids, and why she has never taken her sons to see animals at a zoo.

Kanha National Park – The Pride Of Project Tiger

Of the thousands of visitors who enter Kanha National Park each year, no more than a handful are aware of the behind-the-scenes activity that is responsible for the success of this awe inspiring jungle.

Tamil Nadu’s Elephantine Shame

A Sanctuary report on wild elephant deaths in Tamil Nadu, and the urgent need for the forest department, state government and railway authorities to work together for the safety of people and wildlife in the state.

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