Mammals of South Asia (Lynx Edicions)

10,000 Birds

Beside India, Lynx Illustrated Checklist of the Mammals of South Asia covers Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Mammals of South Asia (Paperback) Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka Pages 173 Dimensions 14 × 22.8

Disaster in the Sundarbans

10,000 Birds

On December 9th, a tanker slammed into another vessel inside the Chandpai dolphin sanctuary in the Sundarbans in Bangladesh. Still, Bangladesh is considered a rapidly growing market-based economy and one of the world’s leading exporters of fish and seafood, the industry that is likely to be hit by this accident, slowing the country’s growth. Bangladesh is doing all it can. Conservation Bangladesh oil Sundarbans

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India Reaches Out to Neighbors to Save Tigers

Critter News

Anyway, India is appealing to its other neighbors which would include Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Myanmar. They have been pretty frustrated with China, who really doesn't give a rip about tigers.unless they can raise them on farms for "medicinal" harvest and other capitalist pursuits.

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Birding Nabang, Yunnan (1)

10,000 Birds

In Bangladesh, apparently , they conduct studies like this one titled “The vertebrate fauna of the Teachers’ Quarters-2 of Saidpur Cantonment Public School and College, Nilphamari, Bangladesh” And yes, they have Greater Coucals in the teachers’ quarters.

Where Have You Gone, Rhodonessa caryophyllacea?

10,000 Birds

Such is the case with the Pink-headed Duck , Rhodonessa caryophyllacea , a native of India, Bangladesh, and Myanmar. Extinction is sometimes more confusing than it looks. It is easy to tell when some species become extinct — a Martha or a Lonesome George dies and there are no more, not now, not ever (until science fiction kicks in.)

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Moral Vegetarianism, Part 11 of 13

Animal Ethics

In 1974 we shipped four times as much food to Cambodia and South Vietnam as to starving Bangladesh and Swahelian Africa. It is difficult to say whether, for example, wearing a button that says “Help Starving Bangladesh” and signing petitions supporting food relief programs will induce the people who wear the buttons and sign the petitions to continue in their humanitarian effort more than going without meat (question 3).