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| Last Updated:: 22/04/2018

Wildlife Videos

One Million Snakebites. Source:  
 From Poachers to Heroes (Source: CITES  Common Yoga Protocol- Hindi (Full Version) International Day of Yoga 2017 (source:

Scientist's peacock spider discovery (Source: Herald Sun)

CITES and Vicuñas - a conservation journey
(Source: CITES


 Four Deadliest Snakes of India - A Short Film (Source: Youtube)  MyGov Talk with Hon. Minister Shri Prakash Javadekar on Climate Change on 26th October 2015 at 5.00PM in collaboration with Google India (Source:

Deep Sea Creatures (Source: youtube)

Leopards: 21st century cats BBC - Behind the Camera (Source: youtube)




Abesh Sanyal:  Bluesheep (Pseudois nayaur), locally called Bharal in Gangotri National Park, Uttarakhand
watch on youtube
 Subish.S Sebastian: Wildlife Institute of India Campus Biodiversity Video
watch on youtube
 Bamboo shark Hemiscyllium halmahera (© Mark Erdmann / Wedaresort, from on Vimeo.

Selected widlife videos:

 Halcyon River Diaries BBC (New) Source:


 The Magical Coral Reefs of Lakshadweep. Source:

Marine biologist Rohan Arthur talks of the magic of the coral reefs of Lakshadweep - the intricate interdependence of different life forms, the threats to this delicate marine ecosystem, and its surprising resilience.

 A rare video of Hog Badger. Source:


 Dancing Frogs of India


 Shri Prakash Javadekar's address at the World Environment Day (5 June, 2014)

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 International Year of Small Island Developing States (Source: (3 Tigers camera-trapped in Tillari region

 The Agumbe Rainforest Research Station (ARRS)

                      Indian damsel flies - Sapphire eyed Spreadwing (Lestes praemorsus) mating (Source:                                                                      
 World's largest gathering of snakes (Source:  Pallas cat - Otocolobus manul (Source: