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Yadvendradev Vikramsinh Jhala, popularly addressed by his family name Jhala, is an Indian scientist and conservationist. He is the current dean and a senior professor at the Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun. Over the past three decades, he has studied animals in tropical forest and arid ecosystems and trained a multitude of wildlife professionals across the world. Currently he is the Dean of the Wildlife Institute of India, in charge of the conservation initiatives of reintroducing the cheetah in India, and species recovery of the Great Indian Bustard in India.

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  • Yadvendradev Vikramsinh Jhala, popularly addressed by his family name Jhala, is an Indian scientist and conservationist. He is the current dean and a senior professor at the Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun. Over the past three decades, he has studied animals in tropical forest and arid ecosystems and trained a multitude of wildlife professionals across the world. Jhala led a long-term research project on Asiatic lions. Since 2002, Jhala has been working with Project Tiger, where he designed and led the implementation of national scale population assessments for tigers, other carnivores, ungulates and monitoring of habitats. The last national assessment of 2018–19, where he led the implementation of scientific components, was accorded a status of the Guinness world record for the largest wildlife survey with camera traps. Currently he is the Dean of the Wildlife Institute of India, in charge of the conservation initiatives of reintroducing the cheetah in India, and species recovery of the Great Indian Bustard in India. (en)
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  • Carl Zeiss Award, 2009 (en)
  • Sanctuary-RBS Wildlife Service Award, 2008 (en)
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  • Mumbai, Maharashtra, India (en)
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  • Yadvendradev Vikramsinh Jhala, popularly addressed by his family name Jhala, is an Indian scientist and conservationist. He is the current dean and a senior professor at the Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun. Over the past three decades, he has studied animals in tropical forest and arid ecosystems and trained a multitude of wildlife professionals across the world. Currently he is the Dean of the Wildlife Institute of India, in charge of the conservation initiatives of reintroducing the cheetah in India, and species recovery of the Great Indian Bustard in India. (en)
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