User: indiatogether Topic: Environment
Category: Biodiversity :: Species Loss
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Comet, not asteroid, wiped out dinosaurs? 25.3.2013 Indian Express: Infotech
The crater was probably blasted out by a faster, smaller object than previously thought.
Eco-warriors change the face of a school 25.3.2013 TOI: Bangalore Times
Eco-warriors change the face of a school
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Thought extinct, Jeypore gecko makes a comeback 25.3.2013 DNA: Mumbai
They scouted beneath rocks in the wilderness in the Eastern Ghats for three long years.
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Planting a verdant vision for a green future 24.3.2013 Hindu: News
Tanya Balcar and Robert W. Stewart are on a drive to preserve the sholas
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Is dead dead? Soon, not forever 24.3.2013 Indian Express: Sunday
Scientists work on reversing extinction through cloning, gene engineering. But should they?
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Extinct lizard rediscovered after 135 years 23.3.2013 TOI: All Headlines
Extinct lizard rediscovered after 135 years
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THE FOREST LOVERS 23.3.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
THE FOREST LOVERS
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Remains of fossilized flying reptile displayed 23.3.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Remains of fossilized flying reptile displayed
Extinct lizard rediscovered after 135 years 23.3.2013 Indian Express: Mumbai
Geckoella Jeyporensis or Jeypore ground gecko, an enigmatic lizard from the Eastern Ghats which was considered extinct, has been rediscovered after 135 years, according to naturalists at the Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) here.
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Extinct lizard rediscovered after 135 years 23.3.2013 Zee News : India National
Geckoella Jeyporensis or Jeypore ground gecko, an enigmatic lizard from the Eastern Ghats which was considered extinct, has been rediscovered after 135 years.
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Extinct Lizard Rediscovered After 135 Years 23.3.2013 Outlook Wires

Geckoella Jeyporensis or Jeypore ground gecko, an enigmatic lizard from the Eastern Ghats which was considered extinct, has been rediscovered after 135 years, according to naturalists at the Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) here.

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Mega volcanoes wiped out half of earth species 23.3.2013 TOI: All Headlines
Mega volcanoes wiped out half of earth species
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Life-the-universe-amp-everything 23.3.2013 Hindustan Times: World
Life-the-universe-amp-everything
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Saving lions by hunting them 22.3.2013 Deccan Herald - Analysis
Saving lions by hunting them
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'Fighting poverty, sustaining development is country's biggest challenge' 22.3.2013 Hubli - City - The Times of India
Hunger and malnourishment are the biggest problems for the children of the poor, stunting their growth and brain development, said director general of Icrisat William Dar here on Friday.
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Megavolcanoes might have led to pre-dinosaur mass extinction 22.3.2013 New Kerala: India News
Washington, Mar. 22 : Scientists believe that a set of gigantic volcanic might have eruptions resulted in the disappearance of half of earth's species 200 million years ago.
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... THE FOREST LOVERS 22.3.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
... THE FOREST LOVERS
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Protecting the little town bird 22.3.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Protecting the little town bird
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Students’ talent to fore at science expo 22.3.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Students’ talent to fore at science expo
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Sustainable Development: Only a Buzzword? 22.3.2013 Hindu: Home
For the second year running, the Government of India’s Economic Survey has a chapter on ‘Sustainable Development and Climate...
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