The fleet-footed animals are particularly perky after the rains.
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Wilderness with frills in Nepal's forests.
Project #100DaysInHimalayas sights big cats and a jungle thirsty for the monsoon.
Go ape in Uganda and Rwanda with a National Geographic explorer. | By Elizabeth Lonsdorf
A year after a deadly natural calamity, the Himalayan nation is ready for travellers to return. | By Avery Stonich
Meeting an animal, however small or large, in the wild is an experience that lasts a lifetime.
The horn is the rhino’s great asset—and its biggest cause for peril.
An antidote to the maladies of the urban jungle at the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve.