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Take a trip through nature, Visit the Animal and Plant Kingdoms, meet Eco Warriors and learn more about endangered Species. Join us in spreading awareness and Saving our Environment ...
Children love nature. Kids care for animals. Young minds are concerned about wildlife. 
Dimdima site on Ecology is for kids who want to save Planet Earth and who are determined to preserve this green planet. 
 Activities
 Fern Painting

Learn to make a whistle from a broken earthern pot or would you like to make a bird feeder so that you can watch birds on your window sill everyday. Our Activity Section teaches you to make simple things from easily available materials.

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 Nature Notes

Red Sanders

What is Red Sanders? Red Sanders is a tree or timber obtained from a tree which belongs to the species Pterocarpus santalinus. Red Sanders is also known as red sandalwood but it is not related to true sandalwood.

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 Animals

A Moth Find a New Home

IN 1869, the French astronomer, Leopold Trouvelot, then teaching at Harvard University in the USA, was conducting experiments on butterflies and gypsy moths he had brought from Europe.

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 Animals

The March of the Red Crab

CHRISTMAS Island is situated in the Indian Ocean about 360 kilometres south of Java in the Indonesian archipelago. Around 1875 the British naturalist, Sir John Murray, stopped here while on an oceanographic expedition.

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 Animals

Suicidal Birds

JATINGA is a small village in Assam. One moonless night in 1905 some of the villagers were searching for a lost buffalo when suddenly birds of various species began to drop down on them. The birds seemed to be attracted by the lighted torches the men were carrying.

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 Animal Album
Living Pots

The desert-living honeypot ants have developed a system in which workers force-feed nectar to certain ants in the colony. The abdomens of these ants become enormously bloated, eventually reaching the size of a small grape. Then unable to walk, they hang from the roof of the ant's nest. When one of the other ants wants some of the nectar to eat, the food-filled ant disgorges a drop from its reservoir. Honeypot ants are a favourite food of Australian aborgines.

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