Category Archives: Wildlife

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Films – idea to screen

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You just have to give in and trust the process, no matter how drawn out, mundane, over simplified, process oriented and boring it seems. People have been making films and telling stories for quite a while now and have pretty much figured out what we need to tell a good story. Methods differ, some people […]

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Mystery Climbing Fish!!??

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Filming in Ranthambhore we’d pass this point four times every single day. This was post monsoon as the last of the flowing water was slowly pulling back and supply to smaller pools was stopping. A few months back I had spotted a pair of keelbacks hunting in this pool and so by default I would […]

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When turtles visit Rushikulya

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Ravi never sleeps. Or he hasn’t slept for the last 5 days. Working everyday, he keeps an eye out for the returning olive ridley turtles that visit his village beach every year. He called us a few days back, his voice excited and shrill through the telephone. No scientists have predicted this yet, he told […]

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