Biology 11

Biology class 11 videos According to National Examinations Board(NEB) Syllabus ,Nepal

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  • After Completion of this Course, Students will get complete knowledge of class 11 Biology and will be able to secure good score in the exam.

Curriculum for this course
412 Lessons 64:38:37 H:M:S
1. Botany 11
195 Lessons 27:35:41 H:M:S
Chapter-1. Biomolecules
  • 1. Biomolecules Introduction 00:04:03
  • 2. Carbohydrate and its classification 00:16:48
  • 3. Functions of carbohydrates 00:03:14
  • 4. Amino acids and proteins 00:06:45
  • 5. Categories of proteins 00:04:31
  • 6. Structure and functions of proteins 00:07:12
  • 7. Lipids 00:12:38
  • 8. Nucleic acids 00:08:30
  • 9. Deoxyribonucleic acid 00:09:18
  • 10. Ribonucleic acid(RNA) vs. DNA 00:07:12
  • 11. Enzymes and their types 00:08:14
  • 12. Nomenclature and functions of enzymes 00:08:18
  • 13. Water molecule 00:06:48
  • 14. Minerals 00:08:01
Chapter-2. Cell Biology
  • 1. Cell and cell theory 00:11:28
  • 2. Cell as autonomous unit and flow of energy and information 00:07:57
  • 3. Cellular totipotency 00:03:58
  • 4. Unicellular and Multicellular organisms 00:06:51
  • 5. Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell 00:13:19
  • 6. Cell wall 00:10:50
  • 7. Plasma membrane 00:12:32
  • 8. Protoplasm and cytoplasm 00:06:29
  • 9. Mitochondria 00:09:36
  • 10. Plastids 00:06:19
  • 11. Chloroplasts 00:09:04
  • 12. Endoplasmic reticulum 00:11:26
  • 13. ribosomes 00:11:55
  • 14. Golgi complexes 00:07:36
  • 15. Structure of lysosomes 00:04:33
  • 16. types and functions of lysosomes 00:08:48
  • 17. Structure of cilia and flagella 00:07:45
  • 18. functions of cilia and flagella, cilia vs. flagella 00:03:40
  • 19. Nucleus and its structure 00:08:06
  • 20. Functions of nucleus 00:04:14
  • 21. Chromosomes 00:08:30
  • 22. Cell inclusions 00:04:14
  • 23. Introducing cell division and cell cycle 00:11:45
  • 24. Amitosis cell division 00:03:27
  • 25. Mitotic cell division 00:14:08
  • 26. Introduction to meosis and stages of prophase I 00:14:32
  • 27. Remaining stages of meosis I 00:06:58
  • 28. Meosis II 00:07:04
  • 29. Significance of meosis, mitosis vs. meosis 00:06:38
Chapter-3. Floral Diversity
    3.1 Introduction
    • 1. Introducting Biodiversity 00:07:10
    • 2. Concept and History of taxonomy 00:06:41
    • 3. Systems of classification 00:09:42
    • 4. Bionomial nomenclature 00:07:47
    • 5. Taxonomic Hierarchy 00:14:12
    • 6. Five kingdom classification system 00:09:33
    • 7. General features of Kingdom -Monera and Protista 00:08:38
    • 8. General features of kingdom Fungi 00:05:16
    • 9. General features of Kingdom Plantae And Kingdom Animalia 00:06:57
    • 10. Three domains of life 00:09:42
    • 11. Floral status in nepal and World representation 00:04:24
    • 3.2 Fungi
      • 12. General introduction to Fungi 00:05:09
      • 13. Reproduction in Fungi 00:14:44
      • 14. General features of class phycomycetes and ascomycetes 00:11:44
      • 15. General features of class Basidiomycetes and deuteromycetes 00:09:37
      • 16. Mucor and its vegetative structure 00:06:21
      • 17. Asexual reproduction in Mucor 00:08:53
      • 18. Sexual reproduction in Mucor 00:06:36
      • 19. Yeast and its vegetative structure 00:07:12
      • 20. Vegetative reproduction in Yeasts 00:07:50
      • 21. Sexual reproduction- Haplobiontic life -cycle in yeast 00:07:12
      • 22. Sexual reproduction in yeasts - Diplobiontic life-cycle 00:05:23
      • 23. Sexual reproduction in yeasts- Haplobiontic life-cycle 00:04:37
      • 24. Introduction to mushrooms 00:08:31
      • 25. Economic Importance of Fungi 00:05:49
      • 3.3 Lichen
        • 26. General introduction and vegetative structure (types) of lichens 00:11:42
        • 27. Internal structure of lichen thallus 00:05:24
        • 28. Economic Importance of Lichens 00:05:09
        • 3.4 Algae
          • 29. General introduction to Algae 00:08:16
          • 30. Algae classification-General features of class chlorophyceae 00:07:29
          • 31. General features of Clas- Phaeophyceae 00:04:52
          • 32. General features of Class- Rhodophyceae 00:05:22
          • 33. Spirogyra- General introduction and Vegetative structure 00:11:47
          • 34. Vegetative and asexual reproduction in spirogyra 00:06:44
          • 35. Sexual reproduction in Spirogyra - Scalariform conjugation 00:07:38
          • 36. Sexual reproduction in Spirogyra - Lateral conjugation 00:08:03
          • 37. Germination of Zygospore 00:06:15
          • 38. Economic importance of Algae 00:09:04
          • 3.5 Bryophyta
            • 39. General features of Bryophyta 00:08:35
            • 40. Class Hepaticopsida - General features 00:05:48
            • 41. Class Anthocerotopsida - General features 00:05:45
            • 42. Class Bryopsida - General features 00:05:36
            • 43. Marchantia and its morphology 00:07:24
            • 44. Marchantia - Vegetative reproduction 00:07:04
            • 45. Sexual reproduction in Marchantia - Antheridiophore 00:10:50
            • 46. Female gametophore of Marchantia - Archegoniophore 00:08:21
            • 47. The sporophyte of Marchantia 00:13:01
            • 48. Alternation of generation in Marchantia 00:07:56
            • 49. Economic Importance of Bryophytes 00:05:24
            • 3.6 Pteridophyta
              • 50. Introduction and general characteristics of Pteridophytes 00:09:32
              • 51. Dryopteris - Vegetative structure 00:10:36
              • 52. Reproduction in dryopteris - upto formation of spores 00:11:36
              • 53. Germination of sporophytes and development of gametophyte 00:12:28
              • 54. Fertilization and development of embryo 00:10:17
              • 55. Alternation of Generation in Dryopteris 00:08:33
              • 56. Economic Importance of Pteridophytes 00:04:38
              • 3.7 Gymnosperm
                • 57. General introduction and characteristics of Gymnosperms 00:10:49
                • 58. Pinus and its morphology 00:11:38
                • 59. Reproduction in Pinus - Male cone 00:10:51
                • 60. Female cone of Pinus 00:12:11
                • 61. Pollination to seed germination in Pinus 00:13:24
                • 62. Economic importance of Gymnosperms 00:05:46
                • 3.8 Angiosperm
                  • 63. General characteristics, habit and habitat of Angiosperms 00:09:34
                  • 64. Differences between dicot and monocot plants 00:07:49
                  • 65. Root of angiosperms, modification of tap root 00:08:26
                  • 66. Modifications of adventitious roots 00:09:42
                  • 67. Stem of Angiosprems with taxonomic terminologies 00:06:33
                  • 68. Stem modification in angiosperms - Underground and sub-aerial modification 00:09:52
                  • 69. Aerial modification of angiosperm stem 00:06:19
                  • 70. Leaves of Angiosperms - Parts and types of leaves 00:15:03
                  • 71. Leaves - Venation, phyllotaxy and modification 00:10:04
                  • 72. Inflorescence 00:08:01
                  • 73. Types of racemose inflorescence 00:14:05
                  • 74. Types of cymose inflorescence 00:09:17
                  • 75. Differences between racemose and cymose inflorescence 00:03:30
                  • 76. Special type of inflorescence 00:05:48
                  • 77. Flower and its parts 00:08:26
                  • 78. Calyx 00:09:02
                  • 79. Corolla 00:06:12
                  • 80. Aestivation 00:07:08
                  • 81. Androecium 00:11:41
                  • 82. Gynoecium 00:08:12
                  • 83. Placentation 00:08:32
                  • 84. Style and stigma of carpel 00:04:47
                  • 85. Symmetry and types of flower 00:06:05
                  • 86. Fruits - General introduction 00:04:31
                  • 87. Types of fruits - Simple dry fruits 00:15:31
                  • 88. Simple fleshy fruits 00:07:28
                  • 89. Aggregate and composite fruits 00:09:41
                  • 90. Method to describe an angiospermic plant 00:11:48
                  • 91. Floral formula 00:12:31
                  • 92. Floral diagram 00:12:36
                  • 93. Family Brassicaceae - distribution and vegetative characters 00:07:16
                  • 94. Floral characters of family Brassicaceae 00:13:01
                  • 95. Diagnostic characters and economic importance of family Brassicaceae 00:06:11
                  • 96. Family Fabaeae - Habit, Habitat and vegetative characters of sub-family papilionaceae 00:06:30
                  • 97. Floral Characters of family fabaceae (Sub-family - Papilionaceae) 00:11:06
                  • 98. Diagnostic features and economic importance of sub - family Papilionaceae 00:08:51
                  • 99. Family Solanaceae - Habit and vegeative characterst 00:06:08
                  • 100. Floral characters of family Solanaceae 00:10:29
                  • 101. Diagnostic features, systemic position and economic importance of Family Solanaceae 00:06:17
                  • 102. Family Liliaceae - Vegetative and floral characters 00:13:19
                  • 103. Diagnostic features and Economic importance of Family Liliaceae 00:05:26
Chapter-4. Introductory Microbiology
  • 1. Monera - General introduction and characteristics of Bacteria 00:09:34
  • 2. Types of bacteria based on shape and size, and flagellation 00:12:22
  • 3. Structure of a bacterial cell 00:14:53
  • 4. Mode of nutrition in Bacteria - Autotrophic bacteria 00:12:54
  • 5. Heterotrophic bacteria 00:05:23
  • 6. Bacterial growth 00:11:22
  • 7. Cyanobacteria 00:05:57
  • 8. Viruses - General characteristics and discovery of viruses 00:10:09
  • 9. Nature of virus 00:04:07
  • 10. Classification of Virus 00:08:30
  • 11. Structure and chemical composition of virus 00:07:08
  • 12. Economic Importance of viruses 00:03:30
  • 13. Impact of Biotechnology in Microbiology 00:11:12
Chapter-5. Ecology
    5.1 Ecosystem ecology
    • 1. Concept of Ecology 00:03:03
    • 2. Abiotic factors - Climatic factors 00:12:48
    • 3. Abiotic factors - Edaphic and Topographic factors 00:10:32
    • 4. Biotic factors 00:07:52
    • 5. Interaction of biotic factors- Introduction and Intraspecies interaction 00:06:09
    • 6. Interaction of biotic factors- interspecies interaction positive and negative interaction 00:11:38
    • 7. Concept of ecosystem 00:06:25
    • 8. Trophic levels 00:05:53
    • 9. Food chain 00:12:59
    • 10. Food web 00:04:54
    • 11. Ecological pyramids 00:14:48
    • 12. Productivity 00:05:19
    • 13. Pond ecosystem - Different zones and structural aspects 00:11:32
    • 14. Functional aspect of Pond ecosystem 00:10:20
    • 15. Forest ecosystem - Functional aspect 00:10:36
    • 16. Functional aspect of forest ecosystem 00:10:42
    • 17. Ecological Succession 00:08:35
    • 18. General process of succession 00:06:40
    • 19. Succession in hydrosere and Xerosere - better understanding of succession and its general process 00:09:24
    • 20. Biogeochemical cycle - Concept 00:05:19
    • 21. Nitrogen cycle 00:13:21
    • 22. Carbon cycle 00:09:57
    • 5.2. Ecological adaptation
      • 23. Ecological adaptation - Concept 00:06:11
      • 24. Hydrophytes 00:04:40
      • 25. Hydrophytic adaptation 00:08:22
      • 26. Xerophytes and their types 00:07:51
      • 27. Xerophytic adaptation 00:09:01
      • 5.3. Ecological Imbalance
        • 28. Ecological imbalances - Greenhouse effect 00:08:58
        • 29. Ozone layer depletion 00:08:45
        • 30. Acid rain 00:06:40
        • 31. Biological invasion 00:07:19
Chapter-6. Vegetation
  • 1. Vegetation and types of vegetation in Nepal 00:13:04
  • 2. Conservation of Biodiversity - Insitu and Exsitu conservation 00:08:15
  • 3. Exsitu conservation of plants in Nepal 00:06:24
  • 4. Forest Conservation or Forest management 00:04:43
  • 5. Natural environment - Vegetation and Human activities 00:06:11
Chapter-1. Introduction to Biology
  • 1. Biology and it's branchess part 1 00:05:28
  • 2. Biology and it's branches part 2 00:04:57
  • 3. Biology and it's branches part 3 00:08:18
  • 4. Branches of Zoology related to Medical Science 00:03:44
  • 5. Scopes of Biology 00:05:29
  • 6. Relation of biology with other sciences 00:07:57
Chapter-2. Evolutionary Biology
  • 1. Origin of solar system 00:03:42
  • 2. Origin of Earth 00:03:16
  • 3. Theory of Origin of Life 00:05:04
  • 4. Theory of biogenesis 00:06:27
  • 5. Oparin-Haldane theory (Chemogeny) 00:06:32
  • 6. Oparin-Haldane theory (Biogeny and Cognogeny) 00:08:32
  • 7. Miller and Urey experiment 00:03:10
  • 8. Evidences of organic evolution from morphology and anatomy 00:09:31
  • 9. Evidences of organic evolution from paleontology 00:05:22
  • 10. Importance of paleontology 00:03:43
  • 11. Connecting link 00:03:38
  • 12. Geological time scale 00:03:03
  • 13. Evidences of organic evolution from embryology 00:04:26
  • 14. Evidences of organic evolution from biochemicals 00:03:22
  • 15. Patterns of organic evolution 00:06:55
  • 16. Theory of Lamarck 00:06:19
  • 17. Objection to theory of Lamarck 00:04:31
  • 18. Theory of Darwin 00:09:38
  • 19. Objection to theory of Darwin 00:02:48
  • 20. Modern synthetic theory 00:08:43
  • 21. Human classification 00:03:04
  • 22. Differences between new world monkey and old world monkey 00:04:36
  • 23. Differences and similarities between apes and human 00:08:08
  • 24. Evolutionary history of human 00:02:54
  • 25. Human ancestors 00:12:56
Chapter-3. Faunal diversity
    3.1 Introduction to faunal diversity
    • 1. Introduction to faunal diversity 00:05:24
    • 2. Eukaryotic cell 00:03:21
    • 3. Five kingdoms of classification 00:12:44
    • 3.2 Kingdom Protista
      • 4. Kingdom protista 00:07:32
      • 5. Characteristics of Protozoa 00:08:11
      • 6. Classification of Protozoa 00:05:25
      • 7. Systemation position and habitat of Paramecium 00:04:45
      • 8. External structure of Paramecium 00:05:05
      • 9. Internal structure of Paramecium 00:08:23
      • 10. Activities in paramecium 00:06:36
      • 11. cell division (Amitosis ) 00:09:39
      • 12. Cell division (Mitosis) 00:18:58
      • 13. Reproduction in Paramecium (Transverse binary fission) 00:06:06
      • 14. Conjugation in Paramecium 00:08:23
      • 15. Significance of coonjugation 00:02:10
      • 16. Four reproductive methods in Paramecium 00:06:15
      • 17. Introduction to Plasmodium vivax 00:11:22
      • 18. Structure of Plasmodium vivax 00:09:43
      • 19. Pre and exo-erythrocytic cycle in Plasmodium parasite part 1 00:14:29
      • 20. Erythrocytic cycle of Plasmodium parasite 00:16:08
      • 21. Sexual life cycle of Plasmodium 00:11:38
      • 22. Malarial fever, it's symptoms, control measures and treatment 00:14:39
      • 23. Economic imortance of Plasmodium falciparum 00:04:24
      • 3.3 Kingdom animalia
        • 24. Biological terms (cellularity and body organization) 00:20:49
        • 25. Terms related to habitat 00:20:29
        • 26. Biological terms related to locomotion 00:14:02
        • 27. Biolofical terms (nutrition and body temperature) 00:17:49
        • 28. Biological terms (digestion and respiration) 00:06:48
        • 29. some biological terms (circulation and excretion) 00:06:13
        • 30. Biological terms (reproduction) 00:11:14
        • 31. Biological terms (fertilization and development) 00:10:31
        • 32. General characteristics of phylum porifera 00:13:39
        • 33. Classification of phylum Porifera 00:07:00
        • 34. General characteristics of Phylum Coelenterata 00:17:58
        • 35. Classification of Coelenterata 00:10:38
        • 36. General characteristics of Phylum Platyhelminthes part 1 00:10:34
        • 37. General characteristics of Platyhelminthes part 2 00:17:00
        • 38. Classification of phylum Platyhelminthes 00:08:15
        • 39. Phylum Nemathelminthes part 1 00:09:58
        • 40. General features of Nemathelminthes part 2 00:11:04
        • 41. Classification of Nemathelmenthis 00:04:24
        • 42. General characteristics of Phylum Annelida part 1 00:10:42
        • 43. General characteristics of Phylum Annelida part 2 00:09:13
        • 44. Classification of Annelida 00:10:58
        • 45. General characters of phylum Arthropoda part 1 00:17:05
        • 46. General characters of phylum Arthropoda part 2 00:12:07
        • 47. Classification of Arthropoda 00:10:12
        • 48. Phylum Mollusca part 1 00:07:31
        • 49. General characters of phylum Mollusca part 2 00:07:38
        • 50. Classification of Mollusca 00:13:20
        • 51. General characters of Echinodermata part 1 00:15:19
        • 52. General characteristics of phylum Echinodermata part 2 00:07:48
        • 53. Classification of phylum Echinodermata part 1 00:11:55
        • 54. Classification of phylum Echinodermata part 2 00:08:39
        • 55. General characteristics of phylum Chordata 00:17:02
        • 56. Classification of phylum Chordata 00:22:39
        • 57. Divisions of Vertebrata Agnatha and Gnathostomata 00:19:07
        • 58. General characteistics of pisces part 1 00:09:53
        • 59. General characteistics of pisces part 2 00:12:00
        • 60. Differences between cartilaginous and bony fish 00:13:45
        • 61. Introduction to tetrapoda and amphibia part 1 00:11:33
        • 62. Characteristics of amphibia part 2 00:21:17
        • 63. General characteristics of reptiles part 1 00:09:09
        • 64 .General characteristics of reptiles part 2 00:15:40
        • 65. General characteristics of birds part 1 00:13:55
        • 66. General characteristics of birds part 2 00:17:20
        • 67. General characteristics of mammals part 1 00:19:15
        • 68. General characters of mammals part 2 00:11:49
        • 3.4 Earthworm
          • 69. Systematic position and habitat of earthworm 00:11:40
          • 70. External features of earthworm 00:16:08
          • 71. External structures of earthworm 00:12:31
          • 72. Digestive system of earthworm 00:11:22
          • 73. Histological study of Buccal cavity, pharynx and gizzard 00:14:49
          • 74. Histological study of intestine 00:11:21
          • 75. Histology of alimentary canal 00:07:20
          • 76. Feeding and absorption of Earthworm 00:10:08
          • 77. Excretory stystem of earthworm part 1 00:10:48
          • 78. Excretory system of earthworm part 2 00:13:42
          • 79. Nervous system of earthworm 00:17:35
          • 80. Male reproductive system of earthworm 00:17:06
          • 81. Female reproductive system of earthworm 00:09:59
          • 82. Copulation and cocoon formation 00:13:44
          • 83. Economic importance of earthworm and vermicompost 00:10:11
          • 3.5 Frog
            • 84. Systematic position of frog and it's habitat 00:08:05
            • 85. Different habits of frog part 1 00:12:16
            • 86. External features of frog 00:07:57
            • 87. Body division of frog 00:12:04
            • 88. Digestive system of frog (Buccal cavity) part 1 00:13:13
            • 89. Buccal cavity part 2 00:13:30
            • 90. Alimentary canal (Pharynx, Oesophagus and Stomach) part 3 00:11:11
            • 91. Alimentary canal (small intestine, large intestine and cloaca) 00:09:02
            • 92. Digestive glands (Liver and pancreas) 00:24:09
            • 93. Physiology of digestion (Ingestion and digestion) part 1 00:15:32
            • 94. Physiology of digestion (absorption, assimilation and egestion) part 2 00:09:27
            • 95. Respiration in frog (buccophrayngeal and cutaneous) part 1 00:12:10
            • 96. Respiration in frog (Pulmonary respiration) part 2 00:13:32
            • 97. Physiology of respiration part 1 00:13:48
            • 98. Physiology of respiration part 2 00:09:44
            • 99. Circulatory system (Blood vascular system) part 1 00:21:44
            • 100. Functions of blood 00:06:42
            • 101. External features of heart in frog 00:07:49
            • 102. Internal structure of heart of frog 00:13:55
            • 103. Working of heart 00:08:47
            • 104. Old view of heart working mechanism 00:09:54
            • 105. Modern view of heat mechanism 00:08:43
            • 106. Blood vessels (areries and veins) Part 1 00:14:54
            • 107. Capillaries 00:07:21
            • 108. Arterial system (Crotid arch and pulmocutaneous arch) 00:09:08
            • 109. Systemic arch part 1 00:10:09
            • 110. Systemic arch part 2 00:06:53
            • 111. Venous system (Pulmonary and systemic) Part 1 00:15:00
            • 112. Renal portal system of frog 00:11:57
            • 113. Hepatic portal system of frog 00:06:22
            • 114. Lympatic systemm of frog part 1 00:18:14
            • 115. Lymphatic system (lymph heart and functions of lymph )part 2 00:10:17
            • 116. Spleen and it's functions 00:10:51
            • 117. Male reproductive system of frog 00:14:07
            • 118. Female reproductive system of frog 00:13:27
            • 119. Internal structure of ovaries of frog 00:09:48
            • 120. Internal structure of testes in frog 00:07:59
            • 121. Copulation and fertilization in frog 00:17:07
Chapter-4. Biota and Environment
    4.1 Animal adaptation
    • 1. Animal adaptation 00:18:17
    • 2. Secondary aquatic adaptation 00:12:08
    • 3. Cursorial adaptation 00:12:19
    • 4. Fossorial adaptation 00:14:46
    • 5. Arboreal adaptation 00:12:00
    • 6. Volant adaptation (Active flight) 00:11:47
    • 7. Passive flight 00:07:04
    • 4.2 Animal behaviour
      • 8. Introduction to animal behaviour 00:11:03
      • 9. Reflex action 00:11:11
      • 10. Mechanism of reflex action 00:09:41
      • 11. Taxis part 1 00:15:42
      • 12. Taxis part 2 00:16:41
      • 13. Dominance and leadership 00:13:18
      • 14. Migratory behaviour of fish 00:10:39
      • 15. Fish migration based on route and purpose 00:09:29
      • 16. Causes of fish migration 00:09:23
      • 17. Advantages and disadvantages of fish migration 00:08:30
      • 18. Types of migration n birds part 1 00:11:06
      • 19. Types of bird migration part 2 00:07:43
      • 20. Modes of bird migration 00:10:19
      • 21. Causes of bird migration 00:08:51
      • 22. Advantages and disadvantages of bird migration 00:09:27
      • 4.3 Environmental pollution
        • 23. Environmental pollution 00:08:12
        • 24. Types of pollutants 00:09:10
        • 25. Causes of air pollution 00:10:28
        • 26. Effects of air pollution 00:08:36
        • 27. Preventive measures of air pollution 00:06:40
        • 28. Sources of water pollution 00:08:10
        • 29. Effects of water pollution 00:05:45
        • 30. Preventive measures of water pollution 00:08:39
        • 31. Causes of soil pollution 00:10:41
        • 32. Effects of soil pollution 00:06:10
        • 33. Control measures of soil pollution 00:08:15
        • 34. Pesticides 00:07:29
        • 35. DDT 00:06:08
        • 36. Effects of pesticides 00:07:14
Chapter-5. Conservation Biology
    1. Concept of biodiversity
    • 1. Biodiversity and it's importance 00:19:08
    • 2. Levels of biodiversity 00:15:58
    • 3. Biodiversity conservation and it's threats 00:14:13
    • 4. In-situ conservation 00:13:17
    • 5. Ex-situ conservation 00:09:12
    • 6. Biodiversity of Nepal 00:07:32
    • 2. Protected areas of Nepal
      • 7. Protected areas of Nepal 00:08:22
      • 8. Chitwan National Park 00:05:15
      • 9. Bardia National Park 00:05:08
      • 10. Sagarmatha National Park 00:03:56
      • 11. Langtang national park 00:02:58
      • 12. Rara National park and Khaptad national park 00:06:56
      • 13. Shey-Phoksundo National park and makalu-barun national park 00:07:56
      • 14. Shivapuri National Park and Banke National Park 00:06:34
      • 15. Suklapanta national park and Parsa national park 00:09:04
      • 16. Koshi Tappu wildlife reserve 00:06:17
      • 17. Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve 00:05:17
      • 18. Conservation areas of Nepal 00:12:31
      • 19. Biodiversity hotspots 00:07:29
      • 20. Wetlands in Nepal 00:08:29
      • 21. Ramsar sites in Nepal 00:09:06
      • 3. Wildlife conservation
        • 22. Wildlife and it's importance 00:07:49
        • 23. Causes of wildlife extinction 00:09:17
        • 24. Wildlife conservation strategies 00:08:05
        • 25. IUCN Red List 00:07:44
        • 26. IUCN categories of wildlife 00:12:41
        • 27. Protected mammals of Nepal 00:17:30
        • 28. Protected birds and reptiles of Nepal 00:13:38
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