In a bizarre interaction between a frog and an insect, it’s the frog that ends up as food.
Several bird species are about to go extinct. Why? Because of us.
Two new species of lizards skitter to light.
Ickle ticks carry a virus that brings down monkeys and humans
The answer goes back millions of years when monsoons clouded over Asia
Indian science congress will be held two months later in a different city
These frogs breed hidden in bamboos and they are – wait for it – cannibals
Nicobar long-tailed macaques use an array of tools, including bird feathers to floss their teeth
A number of examinations have been rendered null and void after evidence emerges of cheating.
From frogs to lizards, we have plenty of new species about which to be excited – and worried – this year.
Indian dancing frogs are unusual enough, with their habit of waving their feet in the air. Now it turns out their tadpoles are peculiar as well.
Fan-throated lizards are small ground dwellers. The males flaunt a multihued, fan-shaped fold of skin on their throats during the breeding season.
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.
Government and non-government organisations have to come together in sensitising tribal people about the importance of amphibian conservation.