What is Wildlife Research?
Roshan Puranik: "Wildlife Research covers all major aspects of the ecology, management and conservation of wild animals in natural and modified habitats. A wide variety of wildlife is used in research (including mammals, birds, reptiles, fishes, amphibians and invertebrates) in studies aimed at understanding species behaviour and ecology."
How I got into Wildlife Research?
Roshan Puranik: "I have Graduated in Pharmacy from PES College, Bangalore. Then done my masters in Wildlife Management from Kuvempu University, Karnataka . I have been working in the research field for the past 4 years. I have studied about Tigers for almost 3 years now. I did my Masters in Pharmacy. Work as a Research Associate at Global Tiger Forum."
[This Career Talk covers]
|2)||Ecology & Evolution|
|13)||Exploring Fauna & Flaura|
|14)||Meeting New People|
|17)||Survival & Diseases|
|19)||Long Working Hours|
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LifePage Career Talk on Wildlife Researchhttp://www.lifepage.in/Career.php?id=20170808-0001&in=Career-in-Wildlife-Research
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(Wildlife Research, Roshan Puranik, Global Tiger Forum, Research, Wildlife Research, Wild Animals Research, Anthropologists, Biologist, Ecologist)
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