Bangalore has earned the epithet of ‘nature photographers’ capital’, and Karnataka is home to a large number of keen wildlife photographers. What better way to showcase their powerful imagery than through ‘Photo-Stories’?

Kudremukha: the garden of creation

July 01, 2021

Kudremukha, meaning ‘horse-face’ in Kannada, is a mountain range situated in the Western Ghats of Karnataka; it is also the name of the highest peak (6207 feet) in the range. […]

Spinning the Web with Spiders at Kali Tiger Reserve

May 01, 2021

Kali Tiger Reserve, in the Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka, comprises of Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary (475.018 km²) and Anshi National Park (339.866 km²). With its contiguous evergreen and moist deciduous […]

Predator and Prey: a delicate dance

March 15, 2021

Organisms have evolved over the millennia. Over this period, they have adopted different strategies for survival. Many of these strategies have been shaped by the conditions prevalent at that point […]

The Killer Fungi

January 01, 2021

Entomopathogenic fungi, popularly known as zombie fungi, are life forms that infect and kill their hosts or seriously disable them in the process of completing their life cycle. They infect […]

Every Predator is Somebody Else’s Prey

October 15, 2020

The insect world is fascinating. These tiny creatures have thrived on our planet for millions of years, so they must be doing something right, despite all the threats to their […]

The Fascinating Nightlife of Malabar Gliding Frogs

August 01, 2020

If you thought that humans were the only species to have a thriving nightlife, you might have to reconsider your thoughts. Forests come alive at night, and the Western Ghats […]

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