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Android 50 while 21 per cent devices are on Android 51 Lollipop Android KitKat is now on 145 per cent of active devices seeing a small drop from the previous month In contrast to Android Oreo reports say Apple’s iOS 11 was already on over 25 per cent of the devices one week after the launch though the adoption rate was slower compared to iOS 10 For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt LtdWritten by Ranjit Lal | New Delhi | Published: October 11 2015 2:30 am There will be long periods when ostensibly there’ll be nothing to see Not true because there’s always something going on Top News Down In Jungleland Wildlife watching these days is more a matter of being driven around a national park in a cavalcade of Gypsys (usually with hordes of chattering nincompoops) or taking an elephant ride or perhaps the best of these three options going for a trek in the jungle accompanied by armed forest guards Back in the days hardcore wildlifers photographers and shikaris would however spend hours on end crouched in hides set up over waterholes and kills waiting for their quarry To my mind this is one of (if not the) best ways of not only learning about wildlife and nature but yourself too especially if you are alone Hides are usually small dark well-camouflaged and located next to waterholes or in the form of a machan or watchtower set up on a tree overlooking a nest or a kill You creep in get used to the dimness check out the peepholes set up your cameras and try to make as little noise as possible in that cramped space You will almost immediately learn whether mosquitoes want to marry you or not Better than spraying yourself with highly pungent mosquito repellent try something indigenous such as neem or if the weather permits just button down and collar up If it’s birds — especially waterfowl — that you’re after you will notice that you will have been spotted well before you enter the hide and the birds will swim away to the farthest end of the water-body quacking derisively as they sail away One old trick to foil this is to have a companion along who accompanies you into the hide and then leaves fooling the silly birds into believing that the coast is clear because they never learned to count in kindergarten All very well except you need someone who’s willing to do that for you The second option is simply to wait… because as they never paid attention in kindergarten most waterfowl have very short memories and attention spans and will have soon forgotten that they saw you enter You can only grin maliciously as they paddle blithely towards you sometimes drifting so close you feel you can reach out and touch them You can eavesdrop on every quacking piece of gossip and discover shocking truths about them (Drakes may be handsome dudes but are violent chauvinists and will virtually drown duckies while mating) What gives you an even bigger kick is that these are wild waterfowl well used to dodging shotgun blasts and here you are eavesdropping on their intimate secrets Hides near waterholes or over kills can teach you a lot about animal bathing drinking and dining etiquette Usually the rules are simple: smaller creatures give way to larger Peafowl honking or langurs suddenly hawking causing all the other creatures to stampede away means hold your breath a big cat may be approaching On hot summer days elephants may come down to shower and splash and mud-bathe (rhinos buffaloes and wild boar also love a long languorous mud-wallow at the spa) They will sniff the air suspiciously with their trunks — and heh-heh — keep in mind that they can huff and puff and blow down that hide of yours with no effort at all So keep quiet and keep still Wild elephants have been billed as the most dangerous and unpredictable animal in the jungle Even those clumsy snuffling sloth-bears are notorious for their incandescent tempers so if they come shambling out of the forest and figure out where you are… yes it’ll make your day There will be long periods when ostensibly there’ll be nothing to see Not true because there’s always something going on If not with birds and animals then with insects and reptiles Watch dragonflies zither glassily over the water or clouds of kaleidoscopic butterflies gather to suck up moisture from mud or dung Whirligig beetles will skate around maniacally but never crash and then what’s that fluttering over the waterhole swishing a long white fairy tail — a paradise flycatcher hawking hoverflies Even closer that green stem you thought was a creeper suddenly has beady hooded eyes — it’s a vine snake holding still waiting in ambush like a professional assassin Sure there are disadvantages to watching wildlife from a hide Usually the first 15 minutes to half-hour are the most difficult; you are restless cramped insects are declaring their undying love for you and it’s usually hot and sticky Also you’ll always get the feeling that the action is happening just out of your line of sight — which is limited You can’t move around much and you’ll make too much noise and when there’s nothing happening outside you’ll find yourself navel gazing (perhaps not such a bad thing in these frenetic times Also you might be surprised by what comes crawling out) And then imperceptibly matters settle down I’ve always held that instead of trying to go to nature you should let nature come to you If you are quiet and well-behaved it will even if it takes its time about it Just as you’re beginning to give up there’ll be an explosion of action: a kingfisher spearing a fish that’s not going down easily elephants causing mini-tidal waves as they bulldoze into the water deer stepping out timorously a crested serpent eagle bringing its baby a still-writhing rat snake wild boar bogeying their bums against rocks to get rid of itches and best (and probably rarest) of all peafowl trumpeting the arrival of a tiger or leopard — and there it is sauntering or slinking out of the trees to crouch down and drink and have a soak And believe it or not you’ll feel more privileged than if you were offered complimentary membership to the most exclusive billionaires’ club in the world Ranjit Lal is an author environmentalist and birdwatcher For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top Newssmall and medium-scale enterprises exist in Rajkot alone.that accommodates programmes with brains and

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