The Indus River Dolphin: A Redefined Species

For years, many have raised a question about whether river dolphins in South Asia—which live on either side of Indian sub-continent—are the same species or different species. New analysis by an international team has answered this once and for all. >> take a look …

Punjab bats for conservation of Indus river dolphin

The census of one of the world’s most threatened cetaceans, the Indus river dolphin (Platanista gangetica minor) — a freshwater dolphin that is found in river Beas, is all set to commence in the winter as part of a project by the Centre. However, Punjab’s wildlife preservation wing has gone a step ahead to not … Lees meer