A new study find that the perceived risk of tiger attack may be associated with poverty. The study published in the Springer journal Human Ecology has identified several key factors which may contribute to perceptions of risk from tigers in a conservation area in Bangladesh, reports sciencedaily.com
A new research on Ebola virus in fruit bats showed that Ebola virus antibodies circulating in ~4% of the 276 bats that were screened in Bangladesh. These results suggest that Rousettus fruit bats are a reservoir for Ebola, or a new Ebola-like virus in South Asia. Continue reading
Gorgeously green yet swamped with people, Bangladesh is a rural wonderland laden with waterways, peppered with villages and bursting with humanity–this is how Bangladesh is described in and article in news.com.au published on December 30, 2012. The article is an edited extract from Lonely Planet Bangladesh (7th Edition) by Daniel McCrohan, Lonely Planet 2012.