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India wildlife reserve park devastated by monsoon floods By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 19th August, 2017, 16:50

Officials say rising floodwaters have inundated large parts of a famous wildlife reserve park in northeastern India, killing more than 225 animals

India wildlife reserve park devastated by monsoon floods

Wind energy blows up storm of controversy in Mexico Wind energy blows up storm of controversy in Mexico

In the gusty rural region near the Pacific coast, the wind is so strong it sometimes flips over cars and even trailer trucks


Japan launches study into suspected Chinese coral poaching Japan launches study into suspected Chinese coral poaching

The Fisheries Agency investigation will use an underwater camera to check the condition of the coral off the southern island of Kyushu


Lion rescued from Aleppo zoo gives birth in Jordan Lion rescued from Aleppo zoo gives birth

The Lioness, Dana was transported to the Al-Mawa reserve via Turkey in a operation organised by the animal welfare charity Four Paws


Los Angeles tests cooling pavement paint to beat heat Los Angeles tests cooling pavement paint to beat heat

The City of Angels, home to four million people, is the first major city to test the technology


Chimps can play rock-paper-scissors game, says study Chimps can play rock-paper-scissors game, says study

According to researchers chimps can learn simple circular relationship between three different hand signals used in game


53 species of medicinal plants are under threat in India 53 species of medicinal plants are under threat in India

presently the NMPB is implementing Central Sector Scheme for Conservation, Development and Sustainable Management of Medicinal Plants


Global warming alters timing of floods in Europe: study Global warming alters timing of floods in Europe: study

The report in the US journal Science is the largest European study of its kind, and spans 50 years


New highs for heat, pollutants, sea level marked in 2016 New highs for heat, pollutants, sea level marked in 2016

"Last year's record heat resulted from the combined influence of long-term global warming and a strong El Nino early in the year," says the report


Scientists identify new snake species Scientists identify new snake species

Recognition of barred snakes takes the number of European grass snakes species to four


Chantek, the orangutan who used sign language, dies at 39 Sign-language orangutan dies at 39

Chantek was born at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center in Georgia


Government report sees drastic climate change impact in US: NYT Government report sees drastic climate change impact in US: NYT

The report "directly contradicts claims by Trump and members of his cabinet who say that the human contribution to climate change is uncertain


How crops are losing protein due to global warming How crops are losing protein due to global warming

The impact could have devastating consequences across the globe


European heatwave deaths could skyrocket: climate study European heatwave deaths could skyrocket: climate study

Deaths from heatwaves were projected to increase by 5,400%, coastal foods by 3,780%, wildfires by 138%, river floods by 54% and windstorms by 20%


Heat wave continues in southern, central China Heat wave continues in southern, central China

The observatory expects some regions in Sichuan, Chongqing, Guizhou and Xinjiang to see temperatures above 35 degrees Celsius


France sees first-ever panda birth, and death   France sees first-ever panda birth, and death

The zoo set up cameras to broadcast live images from the mother's room until the baby is safe to show to visitors

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