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Tag: conservation

  • Eastern

    Itahari

    Located near the city of Dharan in the Eastern Region of Nepal, the town and municipality of Itahari is developing so rapidly that it is expected to reach the outskirts of Dharan in the not too distant future. One of the reasons for the rapid expansion of Itahari is the fact that it lies on both the south-north Koshi Highway and west-east Mahendra highway, making it an important ...

  • Places of Interest

    Central Zoo in Jawalakhel

    The Central Zoo in Jawalakhel was founded in the year 1932. Its founder, Prime Minister Rana, created it essentially as a private zoo, but in 1956 it was finally opened to the public. It was only in the year 1995 that the Central Zoo was handed over to the National Trust for Nature Conservation, and they immediately set about renovating the zoo.

  • Wildlife

    Tigers

    The tiger is the most written about animal in Asia. Despite this, there is still so much to learn about the behavior and habits of the tiger. An important question we need to ask ourselves is: Why should tigers matter to the human race? Well, let’s see what we know about Tigers.

  • Wildlife

    Himalayan Tahr

    The shy and timid Himalayan tahr (Hemitragus jemlahicus), found in Nepal, is closely related to the wild goat. There are also two other species of tahr known as the Arabian Tahr, common to Oman in Southwest Asia, and the Nilgiri Tahr, which can be found in the south of India.