JOJ Wildlife & Biodiversity

JOJ Wildlife & Biodiversity acknowledges papers of elevated requirement from all regions of wild life science with the essential errand of making the scientific basis for the improvement of protection and administration practices for natural life species and their surroundings and in addition conflict between practical advancement and human reliance on biodiversity, in such fields as agribusiness, ecological administration and biotechnology. JOJ Wildlife & Biodiversity encourages and invites original papers, short communications and review articles, written in English and dealing both hypothetical, observational and down to earth thinks about from all through the world. Readers can expect a scope of papers covering very much organized field studies, manipulative analyses, and systematic and modelling studies about. All papers aim to enhance the act of natural life administration and contribute theoretical advances as far as anyone is concerned and comprehension of untamed life environment and issues identifying with organic accumulations.

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Opinion March 23, 2022

Shrinking Natural Resources and Societal Needs Amid Climate Change

Jassi Sharma, Ronak Singh, SK Mujibar Rahaman and Sharad Tiwari*

DOI: 10.19080/JOJWB.2022.04.555636

Mini Review March 03, 2022

Threats to Biodiversity of Brahmaputra River Basin (India)

Mahendra Singh Lodhi* and Diana Ethel Amonge

DOI: 10.19080/jojwb.2022.04.555635

Mini Review December 01, 2021

63 Color Patterns in Animals

James T Struck*

DOI: 10.19080/jojwb.2021.04.555634

Mini Review October 22, 2021

Inedible Diversity use of Blue Duiker, Cephalophus Monticola (Thunberg, 1789) of Cameroon

Miantsia Fokam Olivier*, Meutchieye Felix and Tsi Angwafo Evaristus

DOI: 10.19080/jojwb.2021.04.555631

Mini Review September 23, 2021

An Overview of Goldfish and its Types

Mohammad Forouhar Vajargah

DOI: 10.19080/jojwb.2021.04.555630

Research Article August 19, 2021

Assessing The Effects of Velvet Bean (Mucuna Pruriens) Meal on Growth Performance of Weaned Pen Fattened Mashona Goats

Andrew Tapiwa Kugedera*, Tsitsi Maziofa, Takudzwa Charambira and Nyasha Sakadzo

DOI: 10.19080/jojwb.2021.04.555629


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