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India's Most Wanted

India's Most Wanted

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India's Most Wanted
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Conservation photography is a blend of (1) the art of wildlife photography and (2) the science of natural history documentary photography. Conservation photography can work as a tool for the non scientist and non biologist community to contribute enormously for building up a rich database and create a huge wave of conservation awareness among common man. Life happened on earth 3.5 billion years back and human life came in much later. In spite of scientific progress, about 70% of species still remain undiscovered and nameless. We have discovered about 1.7 million species on land and in water. So what remains undiscovered is a huge portion of our biodiversity. Against the background of still unknown richness of biodiversity, this century has witnessed rapid extinctions of species. Millions of species are disappearing directly as a result of human destruction of natural habitats. “India’s Most Wanted” is an offshoot of DCP’s earnest venture to popularize conservation photography and to support the scientific community by helping in building up a rich database of various life forms on earth. This project is now live !!! DCP is inviting all photographers across India to contribute their best images of the most endangered species of the country to this platform thus building up a rich resource of data and images, which can be extremely helpful for the scientific community.

India's Most Wanted

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Recent Spottings

Rufous Tailed Lark SarangBhand 1 0 Rufous Tailed Lark
Tree Frog SarangBhand 1 0 Tree Frog
Bush Frog SarangBhand 1 0 Bush Frog
Deccan Banded Gecko SarangBhand 1 1 Deccan Banded Gecko
Small branded swift SarangBhand 2 0 Small branded swift
Banded kukri drcaesarphotography 3 2 Banded kukri
Flame Throated Bulbul SarangBhand 2 0 Flame Throated Bulbul
Lime Butterfly SarangBhand 1 0 Lime Butterfly
Pied Kingfisher (Male & Female) SarangBhand 2 1 Pied Kingfisher (Male & Female)
Asian Paradise Flycatcher (female) SarangBhand 10 1 Asian Paradise Flycatcher (female)
Dark fronted babbler SarangBhand 2 0 Dark fronted babbler
Lynx spider SatyenM 2 0 Lynx spider
Indian Monitor lizard drcaesarphotography 12 9 Indian Monitor lizard
Bamboo Pit Viper SatyenM 11 0 Bamboo Pit Viper
Bamboo pit viper drcaesarphotography 4 3 Bamboo pit viper
Fungoid Frog SarangBhand 6 1 Fungoid Frog
Leschenault's Leaf-toed Gecko Atul 7 3 Leschenault's Leaf-toed Gecko
Leschenault's Leaf-toed Gecko SatyenM 6 3 Leschenault's Leaf-toed Gecko
Spitting Spider SatyenM 1 1 Spitting Spider
Himalayan Vulture yusuf.ratlamwala 43 29 Himalayan Vulture
Malabar Grey Hornbill SatyenM 28 21 Malabar Grey Hornbill
Malabar gliding frog drcaesarphotography 29 22 Malabar gliding frog
Oriental Garden Lizard SarangBhand 2 0 Oriental Garden Lizard
Malabar gliding frog drcaesarphotography 14 7 Malabar gliding frog
Spotting RavinJadhav 2 1 Spotting
Green Vine Snake SarangBhand 1 0 Green Vine Snake
Common Vine Snake drcaesarphotography 16 6 Common Vine Snake
Malabar Gliding Frog SarangBhand 1 1 Malabar Gliding Frog
Hump nosed Pit Viper CaesarSengupta 11 4 Hump nosed Pit Viper
Spotting SarangBhand 0 0 Spotting
Long Horn Beetle Atul 25 21 Long Horn Beetle
Large Scaled Shield Tail Snake SatyenM 7 6 Large Scaled Shield Tail Snake
Deccan Ground Gecko SatyenM 18 20 Deccan Ground Gecko
Signature Spider Atul 4 9 Signature Spider
Spotting SatyenM 3 4 Spotting
Spotting SatyenM 3 4 Spotting
Indian burrowing frog SatyenM 2 1 Indian burrowing frog
Fan Throated Lizard (Female) SarangBhand 0 0 Fan Throated Lizard (Female)
Spotting SarangBhand 0 0 Spotting
Bamboo Pit Viper SarangBhand 0 1 Bamboo Pit Viper
Indian Gazelle (local name:Chinkara) SarangBhand 0 0 Indian Gazelle (local name:Chinkara)
Amboli Toad SarangBhand 0 0 Amboli Toad
River Tern SarangBhand 0 0 River Tern
River Lapwing SarangBhand 0 0 River Lapwing

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