One thinks about tigers when it comes to endangered species. In Goa, we have many species which are either threatened, vulnerable or endangered. Here are a few of them.
This species, a narrow-mouthed frog, is endemic to the Western Ghats of southwestern India.
These species was discovered in 2009 and is restricted to only three plateau areas in Goa.
Found in Chicalim bay, which is the only breeding site of these unique bivalves.
This is a large butterfly found in peninsular India.
Over the years, Oive Ridley turtles have been gracing the Goan shores to lay their eggs.
Guitarfish are bottom feeders that bury themselves in mud or sand and eat worms
The Malabar pied hornbill is a graceful bird set apart by its black plumage, white belly, throat patch, tail sides and trailing edge to the wings.
The dhole (pronounced 'dole') is also known as the Asiatic wild dog and whistling dog.