A team of Save the Environment Movement officials inspects a spot at Shyampur in Dhaka on Tuesday to measure the extent of pollution in the water as chemical effluent falls into the River Buriganga. —
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The study from March 2011 to February 2012 in the Tanguar haor, Sunamgonj, Bangladesh found three habitat types of vegetation composition as upland, emergent and aquatic which included submerged plants
The rare Arakan forest turtle, once thought to be extinct, has been rediscovered in a remote forest in Myanmar, researchers said Monday. A Texas researcher, Steven Platt, and staff of the New York-based Wildlife Conservation Society discovered five of the brown-and-tan-spotted turtles in May during a survey of wildlife in the Rakhine Yoma Elephant Sanctuary.
Thousands of sea snails are dying along a beach in Bangladesh. This has caused a stomach-churning stench, that is repelling tourists. Tourism officials said snails were washing up along a wide