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WWF - Nepalese crocodiles head for Bhutan
Bhutan today received two captive-bred gharial crocodiles from Nepal for the
country's Gharial Conservation Center, which only has four female ...
WWF - Radio tagging to save the gharials
... Posted on 08 February 2009. A gharial is characterized by its long and slender
snout. ... However, gharial numbers continue to plummet. ...
WWF - Monitoring and assessment of gharial conservation ...
Monitoring and assessment of gharial conservation initiatives. ... Related links.
Story on the release of radio-tagged gharial. Like this article? You can... ...
WWF - Gharial Crisis - An Update
Gharial Crisis - An Update. ... In fact this crisis is much larger in its environmental
implications than the mere threat it has so far posed to the gharial. ...
WWF - Gharials under grave threat
... Most of gharial mortalities have been reported in the Uttar Pradesh side of
the river, near the confluence of the Chambal and the Yamuna that flows ...
WWF - Keeping the river clean: Chambal River, India
... species. Find out more about protecting the Chambal and the gharial,
one of the world's most endanagered freshwater crocs. ...
WWF - Gharials get back into the Ganges
... A female gharial (3.63m) inhabited the area as recently as 1994 while another
was rescued there in 2006-07 and released into the Ganges at a ...
WWF - Freshwater ecosystems
... In particular, top predators such as the false gharial (Tomistoma schlegelii)
and the estuarine crocodile (Crocodylus porosus), river turtles, monitor ...
WWF - Terai-Duar Savannas and Grasslands
... Local Species This grand ecoregion is home to an abundance of plants, birds,
reptiles such as the Gharial crocodile (Gavialis gangeticus), and ...
WWF - Greater Sundas Mangroves
... redshank (Tringa totanus), Irrawaddy dolphin (Orcaella brevirostris), Saltwater
crocodile (Crocodylus porosus), False gharial (Tomistoma schlegeli ...