Wildlife Institute of India scientists to visit Badopal

Two scientists from the Wildlife Institute of India WII, Dehradun, will be visiting Badopal village in Fatehabad district, where six blackbucks have died in the past one week, after getting trapped in the metal fencing of the proposed residential colony of a nuclear power plant, and will suggest ways to protect the endangered species.

via TOI impact: Wildlife Institute of India scientists to visit Badopal to help protect blackbucks – The Times of India.


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