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Oriental Dwarf Kingfisher also known as the Three Toed Kingfisher is one of the most beautiful colourful kingfisher in the Indian subcontinent.  A monsoon breeder this bird will build its nest as a horizontal hole on mud walls sometimes even 1 meter deep. Though small in size the bird feasts on large tarantulas, skinks, crabs and lizards

Oriental Dwarf Kingfisher also known as the Three Toed Kingfisher is one of the most beautiful colourful kingfisher in the Indian subcontinent. A monsoon breeder this bird will build its nest as a horizontal hole on mud walls sometimes even 1 meter deep. Though small in size the bird feasts on large tarantulas, skinks, crabs and lizards

The crested serpent eagle (Spilornis cheela) is a medium-sized bird of prey that is found in forested habitats across tropical Asia. Within its widespread range across tropical Asia, 21 populations have been named as subspecies. The most widespread subspecies are the nominate from along the sub-Himalayan range in India and Nepal, melanotis in Peninsular India, spilogaster of Sri Lanka, burmanicus in most of Indochina, ricketti in northern Vietnam and southern China, malayensis of the…

The crested serpent eagle (Spilornis cheela) is a medium-sized bird of prey that is found in forested habitats across tropical Asia. Within its widespread range across tropical Asia, 21 populations have been named as subspecies. The most widespread subspecies are the nominate from along the sub-Himalayan range in India and Nepal, melanotis in Peninsular India, spilogaster of Sri Lanka, burmanicus in most of Indochina, ricketti in northern Vietnam and southern China, malayensis of the…

The gharial (Gavialis gangeticus), also known as the gavial, and the fish-eating crocodile, critically endangered:  Gharials once inhabited all the major river systems of the Indian Subcontinent, from the Irrawaddy River in the east to the Indus River in the west. Their distribution is now limited to only 2% of their former range.

The gharial (Gavialis gangeticus), also known as the gavial, and the fish-eating crocodile, critically endangered: Gharials once inhabited all the major river systems of the Indian Subcontinent, from the Irrawaddy River in the east to the Indus River in the west. Their distribution is now limited to only 2% of their former range.

Bamboo pit viper - Trimeresurus is a genus of venomous pitvipers found in Asia from the Indian Subcontinent throughout Southeast Asia. They are typically green in color and great camouflage.Their venom varies in toxicity between species, but all are primarily hemotoxic. One nickname for this snake among locals is "100 pace snake" in reference to the legend that, once bitten, a person can walk 100 more steps before dropping dead.Thanks and Regards.

Bamboo pit viper - Trimeresurus is a genus of venomous pitvipers found in Asia from the Indian Subcontinent throughout Southeast Asia. They are typically green in color and great camouflage.Their venom varies in toxicity between species, but all are primarily hemotoxic. One nickname for this snake among locals is "100 pace snake" in reference to the legend that, once bitten, a person can walk 100 more steps before dropping dead.Thanks and Regards.

The Oriental Pied Hornbill (Anthracoceros albirostris) is found in the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia, ranging across Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Singapore, Thailand, Tibet and Vietnam. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. This hornbill's diet includes wild fruit (esp. figs, genus Ficus) and other fruit such as rambutans, along with small reptiles such as lizards and frogs, and larger insects.

The Oriental Pied Hornbill (Anthracoceros albirostris) is found in the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia, ranging across Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Singapore, Thailand, Tibet and Vietnam. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. This hornbill's diet includes wild fruit (esp. figs, genus Ficus) and other fruit such as rambutans, along with small reptiles such as lizards and frogs, and larger insects.

The gharial (Gavialis gangeticus), also known as the gavial, and the fish-eating crocodile, is a crocodilian of the family Gavialidae, native to the Indian Subcontinent.

The gharial (Gavialis gangeticus), also known as the gavial, and the fish-eating crocodile, is a crocodilian of the family Gavialidae, native to the Indian Subcontinent.

Bedome Cat Eyed Snake This species is endemic to hilly rainforests of Indian subcontinent. Distributed in moderate to high elevations of Western Ghats mainly in evergreen and mixed deciduous forests. Found in dense vegetation including bushes and trees of hills. Choose tree holes, dense bushes, rocks for roosting and hiding. Nocturnal and arboreal. Locomotion slow. Behavior shy, elusive, non-venomous and usually calm. Feeds mainly on lizards, birds, rodents, bats, frogs etc.

Bedome Cat Eyed Snake This species is endemic to hilly rainforests of Indian subcontinent. Distributed in moderate to high elevations of Western Ghats mainly in evergreen and mixed deciduous forests. Found in dense vegetation including bushes and trees of hills. Choose tree holes, dense bushes, rocks for roosting and hiding. Nocturnal and arboreal. Locomotion slow. Behavior shy, elusive, non-venomous and usually calm. Feeds mainly on lizards, birds, rodents, bats, frogs etc.

Redheaded Vulture aka Asian King Vulture, Indian Black Vulture or Pondicherry Vulture

Redheaded Vulture aka Asian King Vulture, Indian Black Vulture or Pondicherry Vulture

The Gharial (Gavialis gangeticus) –  is a crocodilian of the family Gavialidae that is native to the Indian subcontinent and also called gavial and fish-eating crocodile. - http://envis.maharashtra.gov.in/envis_data/files/Crocodile/CrocIndScen.html

The Gharial (Gavialis gangeticus) – is a crocodilian of the family Gavialidae that is native to the Indian subcontinent and also called gavial and fish-eating crocodile. - http://envis.maharashtra.gov.in/envis_data/files/Crocodile/CrocIndScen.html

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