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By: R Sukumar
256 pages, B/w photos, illus, tabs, maps
This important monograph provides an historical review of the decline of the Asian elephant throughout its former range, its current status and distribution, and its ecology and often conflicting interaction with man, outlining ways of reducing this conflict and preserving the species.
' ... a very good introduction to one of the greater symbols of the conservation movement. It provides the reader with a great deal of information to stimulate the debate.' Teaching Ecology Group Reviews 'There has been a lot of woolly stuff on elephants lately, but this is a real field science. The Asian Elephant is definitely a book to own.' Bookshelf
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