Urbanisation hasn’t left Bengaluru completely bereft of wildlife. Snakes are one of the few who’ve made this city their home. But not all of them are poisonous and not all of them come back to take revenge.
Their voice marks the arrival of life-giving rain. The Indian Bull Frog, the largest of the species, is facing an unprecedented danger to its survival. Vikram Nanjappa tells you more about this amphibian.
Surprised? Don’t be, because our city is home to a number of species of ‘wild’ animals, birds, insects and reptiles. What’s important is for us to document these creatures and live with them harmoniously.