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rare indian breed dogs

Posted by sanjay on May 09, 2006

 
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Although dogs do not come into the catagories of wild animal except the dholes, but infact we have more than 38 rare breeds in our country. When I say rare indian breed dogs I do not consider 1947 partition as thin redline; when I define rare indian breed I take pakistan and burma also into it.

Some rare breeds are rampuri, laholi, rajapallayam, carvani, bully etc. I would love to share my knowledge with all those who are interested in rare indian breed dogs. I myself am trying to save these breeds and I am also looking forward to meet people who want to come forward and save these breeds. People can contact me at rampur_hound@yahoo.com

 

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Rare Leoprd

Posted by Raghavendra Rao on July 08, 2005

 
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Leopards are normally yellowish or mustard colored with black rosettes as markings.But in Mysore Zoo there is a leopard which is light yellowish gold color with brown rosettes.There are black panthers too, but this one with brown rosettes ans pinkish lips and nose is a rarity.I have photographed the leopard.

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Tigers and Lions

Posted by Jason Anthony Fisher on May 15, 2005

 
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I have some questions about Lions and Tigers in India and they are listed in the any other topic already as a blog. I hope someone can answer these for me. Thanks, jason

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ARE OFFICIALS ANIMALS

Posted by shaldavya on May 14, 2005

 
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IN THE TROPIC LEVEL THE CREATURES HAVING NO PREDATORS ARE VULTURES, EAGLES, TIGERS, LIONS ETC. BUT IN RECENT DAYS A SEPERATE POWERFUL NEW ORDER OF PREDATORS (CRUELVORES) EVOLVED, NO NEED TO THINK, YES IT IS NON OTHER THAN WE, HUMANS.

DUE TO IRREGULAR DUTIES AND SHAMEFULL ACTIVITIES OF MANY WILD LIFE OFFICIALS THE POPULATION OF TIGERS, LEPOARDS AND OTHER ANIMALS HAVE GONE INTO TERRIBLE EXTINCTION IN RECENT YEARS. UNLESS GOVERNMENT IISSUES SEVERE POSES ON POACHERS AND UGLY OFFICIALS, INDIA IS GOING TO LOSE ITS VALUBLE WEALTH WHICH CAN NOT BE RETURNED AGAIN BY NONE OF US.

shaldavya.K (India)

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great idea

Posted by Uttara Gangopadhyay on December 30, 2004

 
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Hoping to hear a lot about first hand exeperinces of people working in the field of wildife research and welfare.

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Happy New Year 2005

Posted by Mithun on December 29, 2004

 
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Speak out! Share! Tell Us your views! Tell us facts! Tell us about your wildlife holidays! Happy talking in 2005
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