Edited By: Harald H Roth and Günter Merz
403 pages, 56 photos, 21 figs, 56 tabs
Describes all aspects of the use of wild animals, from their domestication to their use in tourism and research, and the use of their meat and skin for both traditional and contemporary purposes. The principles which should govern the use of wild animals as an important natural resource under varying ecological and sociological circumstances are described.
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