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Conservation Bulletin - Week 21

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(May 27, 2022) IIT Madras, Harvard University researchers develop algorithm to save wildlife from poaching Indian Institute of Technology Madras and Harvard University Researchers have developed a novel Machine Learning (ML) algorithm named ‘CombSGPO’ (Combined Security Game Policy Optimization) that can help in saving wildlife from poaching. Read more   Tiger-centric conservation efforts push other predators to the fringes Nepal and India have made huge strides in boosting th...

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WCS-India: CWT Newsletter (April 2022)

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WCS-India: CWT Newsletter (April 2022)
(May 19, 2022) Counter Wildlife Trafficking Newsletter April 2022 Wildlife trade trivia   Illegal wildlife trade in April 2022   News scan (1 to 30 April 2022)   Big cats 3 leopard skins recovered from house, man arrested | The Tribune A man, Sanjeev Kumar, resident of Prem Vihar on Tibba Road, Ludhiana, has been arrested for allegedly smuggling leopard skins. Read more More on big cats Berhampur: Record haul of illegal wild...

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Conservation Bulletin - Week 18

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(May 06, 2022) Here’s this week’s Conservation Bulletin. We curate media, popular and science articles that celebrate successful conservation stories, address some of the most pressing issues facing conservation today and discuss possible solutions among other things. We hope you enjoy reading and learning from the following stories just as we do. 1. Three carnivorous species – leopards, wolves and hyenas – have been found sharing space with human beings in the semi-arid areas of Pun...

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