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Photographic Field Guide Wildlife of Central India

Field / Identification Guide
By: David Raju(Author), Surya Ramachandran(Author), Hashim Tyabji(Foreword By)
300 pages, 900+ colour photos, 3 colour maps
Publisher: Notion Press
Photographic Field Guide Wildlife of Central India
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Language: English

This comprehensive field guide to the wildlife of Central India covers 850 species including 75 mammals, 433 birds, 156 butterflies, 84 dragonflies, 18 amphibians, and 84 reptiles. The visual treat of the images captured by 100 of India's top wildlife photographers, combined with simple descriptions and user-friendly design, will surely arouse the curiosity of all wildlife enthusiasts and help them further explore the treasures of the jungle.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: David Raju(Author), Surya Ramachandran(Author), Hashim Tyabji(Foreword By)
300 pages, 900+ colour photos, 3 colour maps
Publisher: Notion Press
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