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Washington D.C. [USA], Nov. 9(ANI): In a recent study it has been found that birds' bills are filled with complex structures called nasal conchae that moderate the temperature of air being inhaled.
Gwalior [India], Oct. 21 (ANI): In Madhya Pradesh, eight birds have died in Gwalior zoo in the last 48 hours from infection, officials' state.
New Delhi [India], Oct. 16 (ANI): Animal rights activist Gauri Maulekha on Wednesday directly blamed the Delhi Zoo director for the deaths of birds in the complex, saying it was a case of sheer mismanagement.
New Delhi [India], Oct.19 (ANI): The National Zoological Park has temporarily shut down after nine birds died and a few of them were detected with influenza and is taking steps to ensure that the infection does not spread to the rest of the bird
Majuli (Assam),[India] Sept. 14 (ANI): With hundreds of birds killed in the in the heavy rain accompanied by hailstorm that lashed in Assam's Majuli district, residents are now of the view that more trees need to be planted to provide shelter and protect the birds.
Washington D.C., Aug. 24 (ANI): A recent biological research has found an African desert-dwelling male bird that favours his biological sons and alienates his step-sons.
New Delhi, Aug. 16 (ANI): Taking a serious note of the use of 'Chinese Manja' inflicting fatal injuries on birds and humans as well, the Delhi Government on Tuesday banned the Chinese Manjha in the national capital.
New Delhi, July 25 (ANI): Fire Birds trounced Ice Divas 22-13 to make it to the finals of the Women's Kabaddi Challenge here at Thyagaraj Sports Complex on Monday.
Bengaluru, July 14 (ANI):Skipper Abhilasha Mhatre led from the front as Ice Divas thrashed Fire Birds 24-14 in the fourth game of Women's Kabaddi Challenge here at Sree Kanteerava Stadium on Wednesday.
Hyderabad, July 6 (ANI): In a tightly contested match, Storm Queens and Fire Birds produced the first tie in the Women's Kabaddi Challenge here at the Gachibowli Indoor Stadium last evening.
New Delhi, July 6 (ANI): The release date of the upcoming film 'Jagga Jasoos', starring former love-birds Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif has reportedly been pushed to next year.