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The forest floor is a treasure trove of information
Always keep an eye on the forest floor - this applies to researchers, tourists, forest staff & photographers. Often, the forest floor captures & communicates the story of the recent past. Animal tracks, animal excreta, kills, vehicle movement, indirect evidences left behind by poachers - everything is recorded by the substrate. The best naturalists are those who can detect the faintest evidences on the forest floor. Photographers too should be alive to this aspect of natural history.

The forest floor is a treasure trove of information
Tell-tale impressions left behind on the sand by the belly and tail scales of a gharial that may have been basking at this spot before turning and sliding back into the water.