Reginald Innes Pocock
- The Jungle Boys
- “The only literature available on these predatory arachnids was a compilation by British zoologist Reginald Innes Pocock in 1900, with the Zoological Society of India (ZSI) bringing out a book in 1983, which was very technical.
- Shocked supermarket workers discover live SCORPION in bananas
- Supermarket workers had a huge shock when they spotted a live scorpion inside a pack of bananas. The 3in-long venomous creature travelled more than 5,000 miles from Costa Rica to a village shop in Cornwall by stowing away among the fruit.
- The case of the dwarf-tiger
- Ignoring Jerdon and Wall's observations, zoologist Reginald Innes Pocock failed to mention Kerala as fishing cat territory without providing any reasons.
- New Spider Species Discovered at Aranmula Airport Site
- The research team had earlier spotted a rare species of spider, Cryptothela, which was seen after nearly a century, in the forest around Thommankuth waterfalls near Thodupuzha in Idukki.
- Real or Fake? The Kraken and Other Controversial Creatures
- Last month a university researcher claimed to find evidence of the Triassic kraken, a murderous sea monster from millions of years ago. Created with Sketch. By Amir Khan.
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