FILE – In this Feb. 27, 2016, file photo provided by NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center, an orca whale known as L95, right, swims with other whales from the L and K pods in the Pacific Ocean near the mouth of the Columbia River near Ilwaco, Wash., days after being fitted with a satellite tag. In April, federal biologists temporarily halted tagging endangered killer whales in Puget Sound after the orca was found dead with fragments of a dart tag lodged in its dorsal fin. On Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016, an expert panel says the dart tag deployed on the whale by federal biologists was the source of a fungal infection that contributed to its death. Experts concluded a fungal infection that entered the animal’s bloodstream at the wound contributed to the whale’s death. (NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center via AP, File)
Tourism Mail | 5th April, 2017
Staff at the Chitwan National Park take a one-horned rhino under their control to relocate it to Shukalaphanta National Park, on Monday, April 3, 2017.
Tourism Mail | 30th April, 2017
Runners take part in the second Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) International Langtang Marathon at Kanjin monastery, with an altitude of 4000 meters marking the second anniversary of...