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All over the world, bees are vanishing mysteriously, but here it's the honey gatherers who are at risk of disappearing.

In the southern part of the sub-continent, UNESCO's very first Indian biosphere, the NILGIRIS, holds a treasure of biodiversity. It is home to Asia's largest populations of tigers and wild elephants, while bears and white buffalos prosper... A handful of Adivasis aborigine tribes still live on the forest, aside India's mainstream society and cast system. Under...
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