Dr MK Ranjitsinh Jhala is a wildlife and nature conservationist from India. He is notable for pioneering the scientific use of camera traps that help to study the population density of large wild mammals in India.
He played a crucial role in bringing cheetah back to India. (Others)
K. Ullas Karanth is a conservation zoologist and a leading tiger expert based in Karnataka, India. He talks about the urgent threat of illegal hunting or poaching. Karnath received prestigious "Padma Shri" for his outstanding efforts to wildlife conservation. (Others)
Mysore Doreswamy Madhusudan is an Indian wildlife biologist and ecologist. He has worked on understanding and mitigating the effects of human-wildlife conflict in the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve in South India. (Others)
Edward James Corbett was a British hunter, turned conservationist, author and naturalist. He tracked and shot a large number of man-eating leopards and tigers. Corbett stood up to protect India's wildlife and advocated in creating a national reserve for the endangered Bengal tiger.
In 1957, the park was renamed Jim Corbett National Park in his honour. (Others)