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The illustrated Tigers of India
|Other titles||Tigers of India|
|Statement||Valmik Thapar ; [illustrations by Kallol Majumder].|
|Series||Oxford India collection|
|LC Classifications||QL795.T5 T46 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||2007388718|
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Many of these have books won the Man the author of The God of Small Things, Aravind Adiga, who wrote The White Tiger, and Kiran at the precise moment of India. One of the world’s most populous countries, India is also home to a vast storytelling tradition. The energy and complexity of this melting pot of religions, languages, politics, and geographies have given rise to ancient epic poems, traditional fables, humorous tales, and fantastic new adventures.
The book features many photographs of the man-eating tiger country of north India and western Nepal, and in particular memorable and illuminating photos taken at the sites of Corbett's dramatic hunts. "Sure to bring nightmares to many!" -- International Bigfoot Society Hardback. pages. Over 50 B&W and colour photographs. Map. India’s Tiger Census has made it to the Guinness Book of World Records for being the world’s largest camera trapping wildlife survey. The fourth cycle of the All India Tiger Estimation estimated 2, tigers or 75 per cent of the global tiger population in the nation.
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The core of the book, 'The Life of the Tiger', explores the childhood, adolescence, and adulthood of the Indian tiger as lived in the wild and also includes excerpts from writings by other tiger experts, past and present. the section 'The Future of the Tiger', while discussing the crisis of the tiger today links this to the cult of the tiger/5(6).
"The Illustrated Tigers of India, part of the Oxford India Illustrated Collection, presents a real life account of Indian tigers in the wild. Thapar and fellow experts recount their firsthand experiences of the life and times of the tiger from birth to adulthood.
The Illustrated Tigers of India, part of the Oxford India Illustrated Collection which brings together writings of enduring value, is thus both comprehensive yet highly accessible providing lay readers a one-stop reference on the tiger in India. The narrative tracks the story of the tiger from its origins to the present day.
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The section The Future of the Tiger, while discussing the crisis of the tiger today links this to the cult of the tiger. In he published a lengthy book on his life of big game hunting on multiple continents titled "Wild Beasts and Their Ways".
It is from this lengthy book that the present book has been excerpted; the present book, "Man-eating Tigers of India", focuses on Baker's tiger hunting exploits and has been excerpted for the convenience of the Reviews: Man-eating Tigers of India: True Life Hunting Stories of an English Big Game Hunter [Illustrated] () - Kindle edition by Baker, Sir Samuel White.
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Man-Eaters of Kumaon is the best known of Corbett's books and. The place for news and scoop on Clemson. Search titles only; Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. Newer Than. Man-eating Tigers of India book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Sir Samuel White Baker ( – ) was a British explor /5(2). Valmik Thapar (born ) is an Indian naturalist, conservationist and writer. He is the author of 14 books and several articles, and has produced a range of programmes for television.
Today he is one of India's most respected wildlife experts and conservationists, having produced and narrated documentaries on India's natural habitat for such media as the BBC, Animal Planet.
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He survives days after a shipwreck while stranded on a lifeboat in the Pacific Ocean with a Bengal tiger which raises questions about the nature of.
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