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Game of Thrones…  
September 5th, 2014 by Vikram Nanjappa

Game of Thrones…

Here is one member of the animal kingdom that you will possibly envy. It is the Langur. In this case however, your mother in law might think that you resemble one! Read more

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Pre safari Preparations  
July 26th, 2013 by Rajan Kanagasabai

Pre safari Preparations

The following points may help prepare for your Safari better, especially if you are not a frequent jungle goer. Read more

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A Tale of Two Safaris  
October 25th, 2012 by Vikram Nanjappa

A Tale of Two Safaris

The highlight of a visit to Kabini is the safaris that one gets to take. However safaris are a mixed bag. Read more

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The Old World Monkey!  
April 13th, 2012 by Arjun M. Bharadwaj

The Old World Monkey!

Bonnet Macaque, an old world monkey, is found only in the Indian subcontinent that hosts a large population of the species. Read more

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The Watchmen of the Wild  
February 7th, 2011 by Rajan Kanagasabai

The Watchmen of the Wild

The Grey Langur or the Indian Langur is more commonly called the Hanuman Langur in India.  It is believed to have derived its name from the legendary Hanuman, a famous monkey god who fought to save the wife of the famous Indian King Rama. Read more

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Kabini’s Dream Team  
August 31st, 2010 by Vikram Nanjappa

Kabini’s Dream Team

Kabini surprisingly, has a dream team and the best place to watch it is when the Nelli or Amla tree is in full bloom. The members of this ‘Dream Team’ are Langurs and Spotted Deer. Hence when you spot a herd of Spotted Deer feeding, chances are that there will also be a troop of Langurs feeding on the trees above them. Read more

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