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Giving a voice to the voiceless --- superb tales from the animal kingdom

2 February, 2020 04:42:15
Giving a voice to the voiceless --- superb tales from the animal kingdom

Do animals have a mind? Do they have consciousness? Can they feel empathy, agony or ecstasy? Are they capable of conceiving the world like humans? Do they dream and strive to have a better life? Such queries and many more can be best answered through live photographs from their very own habitats, from the animal countries across the globe. All those untold tales have come alive at an exhibition on wildlife photography, Global heritage of nature and biodiversity, organized by ‘The Nature Environment and Wildlife Society.’ 

There is hardly anything in this world as strong as mother’s love. Mothers from the animal world are no exception. They too take up the mammoth task of raising their babies and imparting necessary life skills so that they can survive in the wild. Just like human mothers do. Spectacular photographs from various countries like Antarctica, Peru and interiors of Africa have made such motherly affection of the animal kingdom more vibrant. Dr. Raja Sekhar, PCCF, Wildlife, Mr. Subhankar Sengupta, Field Director, Buxa Tiger Reserve, Dr. J R B Alfred, Former Director of Zoological Survey of India, and eminent actor Ranjit Mallick were present at the inaugural ceremony of this exhibition on 31st January. Biswajit Roy Chowdhury, Jayanta Roy Chowdhury and Ajanta Dey were also present on behalf of the Nature Environment and Wildlife Society. 

Over the past few years, there has been an exponential surge in the popularity of wildlife photography. The advent of digital technology, sophisticated cameras and a wide range of sophisticated lenses have brought about a huge transformation in the world of photography. The wildlife exhibition will be on till 2nd February at Nandan between 5pm-8pm offering you an opportunity to witness some of the breath-taking moments of the strange world of animals and explore nature’s bounty at its best. 


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