MEDIA

2018: Bangalore Mirror: Under its scientific name, the hump-backed mahseer could be Critically Endangered 

2018: Bangalore Mirror: New wonders in rivers of Western Ghats 

2018: Research Matters: Can its scientific name save India’s famed hump-backed mahseer?

2017: The Hindu: More species of snakehead fish found

2017:  Eastern Mirror: Professors to study freshwater conservation

2016 : The Hindu: Freshwater biodiversity under threat    

2016 : Live Mint: Angling for a rare sight of the mahseer

2016:  Huffington Post: India’s turtles are dying

2015 : Telegraph India: Cauvery fish faces extinction

2015 : Scientific American: Massive humpback fish at risk of extinction

2015 : The Hindu: Save the mighty mahseer

2015 : Bangalore Mirror: Spiny rayed fish discovered by team of scientists in the Western Ghats

2014 : The Hindu: Fighting to save the fish

2014 : Times of India: Two Crabs and One shrimp may go extinct in the Western Ghats

2013 : CNN IBN: Saving the Western Ghats [Video Documentary]

2013 : Mongabay: Rare and threatened freshwater fish plundered for the aquarium trade in India

2013 : Bangalore Mirror: A new fish genus named after the Western Ghats

2013 : Bangalore Mirror: New species of catfish found in Kumaradhara

2013 : IUCN: Threatened freshwater fish fall through net of mismanaged aquarium pet trade

2013 : Times of India: Western Ghats endemic ornamental fish has multiple lineage

2012 : Deccan Herald: Researchers stumble upon new species of fish

2011 : Sunday Guardian: Pollution destroys fish species in the Western Ghats

2011 : IUCN: Collateral damage – Western Ghats freshwater species in peril

2010 : Practical Fish Keeping: Is it time to stop buying Puntius denisonii?