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By: JC Daniel
300 pages, Col photos, b/w photos
The former Director of the Bombay Natural History Society has taken numerous accounts from early volumes of the Society's Journal, in which the tiger was seen primarily as game, and constructed a readable narrative with valuable information on behaviour, morphology and distribution.
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