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Started Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Project.

Initial survey report of ten days shows an positive result for the new project initiated by  MWT Herpetologist Mr. Mavish and his research team. Almost all the  houses of Dhanusha village of Nepal  shows one or two snake bites in last two year. The common snakes, peoples encountered was Cobra and Krait (Poisonous), Rat snake, Wolf snake, Water snake, Striped Keelback, Vine snake, Pythons, etc. Villagers kills all these speechless creatures without any humanity, as thinking of poisonous ones. They are unaware of importance of these creature in our environment, even though they are the friends of farmer.  In addition our herpetologist added that, every one of these area want us to rescue those creatures on time,  delay of a minute or two because of traffic   pretend villagers to wipe off these speechless ones from the earth. If this attitude of human being continues, it is sure that number of reptile species is giong to vanish from earth in no time. Here comes the importance of rescue and rehabilitation of wildlife team.

MWT Research team in the field Suvin (Biologist-Trainee), Santhosh & Mukesh (Social Mobiliser)

MWT Research team in the field Suvin (Biologist-Trainee), Santhosh & Mukesh (Social Mobiliser)

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Fresh Water Turtle Conservation Project

Fresh Water Turtle Conservation Project

Rescued Flap shell Turtle (Lissemys punctata) from a small boy who caught it for food, which is only 9 cm in length and 245gm.

Front left flipper and the head was was badly injured.  This is the way for such speechless creature to vanish from the Earth.

Aware the peoples……Save these innocent lives…….

Brahminy Worm Snake

Rescue of a Brahminy Worm Snake

Brahminy Worm Snake

We rescued a “Brahminy Worm Snake (Ramphotyphlops braminus) at night 1 O’clock from the house of Mr. Shyam Sundar Mandal R/o Mi. Mauwahi-4, Dhanusha. (Photo credit to Google Pics)

This is the 3rd rescued species, which has not been mentioned in the list of WWF Nepal and IUCN Nepal.

We’re carrying out study on “Snakes Diversity of Dhanusha district.

If you have any snake study related information of the district, please pass it to us.

Thanks a lot.