This video is a small effort to showcase the biodiversity of Margalla Hills National Park by our founder Syed Hasnain Raza who is a certified Natgeo Educator. Due to Covid 19, Trail 6 was closed and we couldn’t film it. Margalla Hills National park is footstep of Himalayan Mountain ranges, it has a covered area of 17,000 Hectares with abundant in Biodiversity. . There is huge potential for promoting Ecotourism, Nature and Biodiversity amongst the people of Islamabad and Pakistan during this time where Pakistan is in Top 10 Countries worst effected by Climate Change. This can be a best source of awareness as it is at the door step of provincial capital. . Please do watch our other videos specifically focusing on Wildlife of Margalla Hills national Park...Read More
On World Environment Day, we recorded a glimpse of towns full of plastic waste in Pakistan. A country which in top 10 countries worst affected by Climate Change. The video depicts the natural beauty of the town an how people have taken it for granted and turned the natural flowing streams into sewerage rivers. Plastics wastes are everywhere as like people don’t know what to do with their Plastic Waste. Something is missing and that is sense of awareness about Environmental Problems. This needs to be changed or the results are going to be devastated. These people need basic and advanced Environmental Awareness and Education.Read More
This is one of the video we wanted to do for very long and it was delayed so many times. Finally the video is here and says all about tigers the major problems threats and some of the misconceptions. Tigers are magnificent wild species and only 3600 of tigers are lift in he wild. Saving any wildlife species is important for ecology, nature of the land. the Ecosystems and wildlife they depend on each other. Tigers needs protection 40-50 years ago there were more than 40,000 tigers alive what just happened in past years that the number is only 3,100 in IUCN Red List and makes them Endangered species while many sub species of Tigers are critically endangered...Read More
The history of civilization is around 7500 BCE old. The presence of life on earth is way older than that, the first traces of life on earth were found in 4.1 billion years ago. The first form of life may be a tiniest bacteria or any micro-organism. The earth function on a primary principle that is evolution which gave birth to plants, animals, social animals it evolved in billions of years to the present day. The earth has an eco-system which is based on evolution or what we say is reproduction. To understand that phenomenon let us take example of water cycle. The sunlight evaporates the water which then form into clouds and the become heavier and when reaches a spot the cloud burst into rain, snow, hailstorm...Read More
Sun Bears of Borneo The Smallest bears
Also called the honey bear for its affection for honey, the Sun Bear is the smallest, slightest surely understood and one of the rarest of all the bear species. The sun bear (Helarctos malayanus) is the minimum examined bear species, and little data exists on dangers to its survival. In light of investigations of other bear species scientists theorized that sun bears on the island of Borneo are debilitated by obliteration of living space and chasing.
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Its scientific name is “Helarctos Malayanus” found on the Borneo and the Eastern part of Malaysia, Bangladesh; Brunei Darussalam; Cambodia; China; India; Indonesia; Lao People’s Democratic Republic; Myanmar; Thailand; Vietnam...Read More