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Archive - December, 2011

  • Frog-hunters of the Western Ghats


    Posted By: Global Wildlife

    THE worst of the hazards travellers encounter in the mountainous rainforests of southern India is not the elephants, though they occasionally kill people; nor the creepy-crawlies, though the sudden appearance of a foot-long red-legged millipede can startle; nor the spiny-stemmed palms, though they shred unwary walkers' clothes. It is the leeches.

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