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Industrialization cuts both ways in elephant-human conflict

Three elephants move towards the river. (Photo: Kelly Zegers)

By Vandana Rambaran
Amid the office parks and high-rises of bustling Bangalore, confronting a rampaging elephant herd running at full throttle seems unlikely. Continue reading

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Farewell to India

A sunrise at Kabini River Lodge. (Photo: Diana Lopez)

By Krysten Massa
Thursday, June 11–Our last day in India began at 5:30 a.m. with a knock at our door, but we were already awake. Continue reading

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A date with India’s wildlife

An alpha elephant gets close to our vehicle at Nagarahole National Park. (Photo: Diana Lopez)

Wednesday, June 10—After a quick coffee stop at the McDonald’s that happened to be across the road from our hotel in Mysore—most of us couldn’t tolerate more Indian food for breakfast at this point—we drove to Kabini River Lodge, a … Continue reading

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Bannerghatta National Park

Brotherly love among the lions at Bannerghatta National Park in Bangalore (Photo: Vandana Rambaran)

By Vandana Rambaran
Saturday, June 6–On yet another bright and sunny morning in Bangalore, the day of our highly anticipated trip to Bannerghatta National Park, the team gathered in the hotel lobby to wait for our favorite driver, Ganga. Continue reading

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