From frogs to lizards, we have plenty of new species about which to be excited – and worried – this year.
Five new species of brightly coloured freshwater crabs have been found in the Western Ghats, India’s wildlife haven.
Indian researchers, in collaboration with the Natural History Museum in London, have found a new species of burrowing, non-venomous snake that has smooth, shiny scales.
Ecologists have mapped Asian elephants in the Indian state of Karnataka down to the smallest forest administrative unit.
The Global Freshwater Biodiversity Atlas will help developing countries identify biodiversity-rich areas for conservation.