Environment

SLIDESHOW

The weird and the wonderful in Galapagos
A trip to the unique archipelago called Galapagos, off the west coast of Ecuador, conjures up images of the weird and wonderful world that inspired Charles Darwin. Text and photographs by SUDHA MAHALINGAM

More Slideshow in these sections

Comments:

                                
 
                            
            

characters left
Make a comment   
       
1.  Comments will be moderated

2.  Comments that are abusive, personal, incendiary
     or irrelevant cannot be published.
3.  Please write complete sentences. Do not type
     comments in all capital letters, or in all lower case
     letters, or using abbreviated text. (example: u cannot
     substitute for you, d is not 'the', n is not 'and').
4.  We may remove hyperlinks within comments.
5.  Please use a genuine email ID and provide
     your name to avoid rejection.

Environment
Recent Articles

LATEST COMMENTS

How tiny was my city
 Born in Chennai (then Madras),I left the city in the late '70s,and shifted to Mumbai. I still miss Madras. I live in Sowcarpet,near Mint ...»
posted by Deendayal M.Lulla   on Aug 22, 2014 at 14:27 IST

March of Madras
 Born in Chennai (then Madras),I shifted to Mumbai in the late '70s. But I still miss Madras,and became emotional when I read about the 375 ...»
posted by Deendayal M.Lulla   on Aug 22, 2014 at 14:31 IST

‘Teach heritage in schools’
 I wish this article is posted in all schools and colleges ...will the principals and school heads take a little of our heritage to our child...»
posted by hariharan   on Aug 20, 2014 at 18:54 IST

Social


Please remember to logout of facebook after you complete this session.

O
P
E
N

close

Recent Article in Environment

Jai the tiger moved out of Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary where it was born when it was four years old and travelled about 120 km in the safety of tiger corridors to Umred Karhandla Wildlife Sanctuary, where it found a mate.

Breathing room

With the creation of two new sanctuaries, Maharashtra shows the way for a fresh approach to conservation. By LYLA BAVADAM »