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The Eyes of the Jungle

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By: Thorsten Milse and Uta Henschel
200 pages, 300 col photos, maps
The Eyes of the Jungle
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  • The Eyes of the Jungle ISBN: 9783765816598 Hardback Oct 2008 Out of Print #177218
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This book offers an exciting expedition to the Bandhagarh Tiger Reserve in the heart of India. The authors show you the elusive tigers of India as few people have ever seen them. The most powerful predatory cat in the world rules the wilderness and is a master of camouflage. We take a close look at how the Indian tiger lives, how it hunts and mates, and also the dangers that threaten it and daily life in the nature reserve.

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THORSTEN MILSE is an internationally renowned nature and wildlife photographer. He has won several important prizes, such as the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year and the Grand Prize of the photography competition held by the US magazine 'Nature's Best'. He has already published the very popular 'Little Polar Bears' and the enchanting volume 'Growing Up Wild' with Bucher.

UTA HENSCHEL is a science writer, specialising in natural history and behaviour, since 1978. She has received many awards for her work, among them the nomination for the Henri Nannen-Prize. she is also the author of 'Growing Up Wild'.
Out of Print
By: Thorsten Milse and Uta Henschel
200 pages, 300 col photos, maps
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