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By: Anil Tandon
Although the growth of modern natural history in India can be attributed to India colonialism and the growth of natural history in India, there is considerable evidence to suggest that India with its diverse landscapes, fauna and flora along with other tropical colonies helped in creating an increased interest in natural history and elsewhere in the world.
This is a richly illustrated volume, with entries on general topics such as altruistic behavior, mating systems, animal communication and parasites, on the more commonly known flora and fauna of India. Revealing the vast range and complexity of life forms and all their wonderful adaptations, the textbook of Indian Natural History provides general readers, students and conservationists with a fascinating and informative survey of one of the most exotic natural habitats in the world.
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