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Sohail Anjum

Sohail Anjum

Sohail Anjum completed his undergraduate degree in Zoology from University of Malakand in September 2019. He is a young researcher in Ecology. He has also worked with IUCN as a Reviewer of Proposals for IUCN Congress 2020.
  • TodayPhoto of 25th April; World Malaria Day

    25th April; World Malaria Day

    Hello Ecology and The Environment Readers! Today we talk about malaria. This day, the 25th April is an international observance to control malaria.  Globally about 3.3 Billion people in 106 countries are at risk of malaria. The most susceptible continent is Africa. In Africa malaria affects and hunts many people including children. History For the first time in history, in…

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  • News & OpinionPhoto of World Day for Laboratory Animals; Call to Save Animals

    World Day for Laboratory Animals; Call to Save Animals

    Hello Ecology and The Environment Readers Today we explore that every year 24th April is celebrated as world Day for lab animals. This day urges us to advocate for the animals used in labs in biomedical research. History This day was first established on 24th April 1980. PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is the first platform  to…

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  • News & OpinionPhoto of 23rd April; World Book Day: Lets Read

    23rd April; World Book Day: Lets Read

    Hello Ecology and The Environment Readers! Today we explore that tomorrow is 23rd April,  World book Day. UNESCO is the forum which undertakes the responsibility to celebrate it.  Its most popular and second name is  World Book and Copyright Day. When The first World Book Day was on 23rd April 1995. Do You know why it is on this date?…

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  • News & OpinionPhoto of Earth Day; A Promise to Protect Earth and Environment

    Earth Day; A Promise to Protect Earth and Environment

    Hello Ecology and The Environment Readers! Today, the 22nd April is Earth Day. Globally in 193 countries people and governments are promising to protect the Mother Globe and its Environment. To make this surface suitable for all to lice, for humans and for other organisms too. The History On this day in 1970, more than 120 countries signed the global…

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  • GuidePhoto of Stay Home; Stay Safe

    Stay Home; Stay Safe

    Hello Ecology and The Environment Readers! Google Warns people of Covid-19 in its Doodle update to avoid going out of home to save lives. We all must stay home to save lives of people. For more coronavirus tips click here or Here. Thank You.    

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  • News & OpinionPhoto of COVID-19: Some facts about the pandemic

    COVID-19: Some facts about the pandemic

      A Deep Look into Covid-19 What is covid-19 Covid-19 is caused by SARS-COV-2 which is a member of the family of coronaviruses. There are many, if not hundreds of coronaviruses. The first to be identified in Humans was in 1960s. How it came? The new diseases, usually infectious ones, are frequently coming from animals toward humans, just like SARS…

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    Germany With Lowest Corona Deaths: Why?

    Hello Ecology and The Environment Readers! Today, We explore from The New York Times that Germany has reported more than 0.1 Million cases but the death rate is very low. This exception is due to many reasons; Some of these are: The first cases occurred in young people who were very strong with respect to immune system.   The government has…

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  • News & OpinionPhoto of Call For Scientific Articles: Lets Go Together,

    Call For Scientific Articles: Lets Go Together,

    Hello Ecology and The Environment Readers! Today we announce a great news for all of our readers. This year we are planning to publish our first online and printed Science Magazine with the name Ecology and The Environment. We hope you will find it good and fascinating as well as interesting. We invite you for this golden opportunity to be with us…

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  • News & OpinionPhoto of COVID-19: Precautionary Measures, Mental Strength is Important

    COVID-19: Precautionary Measures, Mental Strength is Important

      Today we know that an outbreak of coronavirus causing COVID-19 has put the human life on a broken ship inside water. The life of all is at risk throughout the world. Thousand of cases and thousand of deaths has drawn the red lines between the people. The most famous quote “United we stand, Divided we fall” is now reverse…

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  • News & OpinionPhoto of Climate change and birds: solutions to the crisis: One Day Conference

    Climate change and birds: solutions to the crisis: One Day Conference

    Hello Ecology and The Environment Readers! What are the problems of climate change for birds? and what are the solutions? To deal with the climate crisis, facing by the world these days, BOS is going to arrange a one day conference in UK. For details of the conference click Here

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