Dr Indraneil Das

(Natural History Scientist & Advisor)

Indraneil is one of the most acclaimed Indian wildlife scientists, who has achieved what most Indian wildlife scientists only aspire, especially in the field of herpetology. Indraneil Das received his doctorate from the Oxford University, UK for his work on animal ecology. He has conducted fieldwork in many countries in south and south-east Asia and is a member of the IUCN (International Union for the Conservation of Nature). Being a leading herpetologist in the country, Neil has written several books and as well as numerous research papers on wildlife and has described several new species of snakes and lizards. He was a Fulbright Fellow at the Harvard University’s Museum of Comparative Zoology and Scientific Officer of the Centre for Herpetology and Island Ecology, Madras Crocodile Bank. Currently, he is working as Professor at University of Malaysia Sarawak.