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By: Michael W Richards and Hashim Tyabji
160 pages, 150 col photos, 3 col maps
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  • Tigers ISBN: 9781847731111 Hardback Apr 2008 Out of Print #171994
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The Tiger is one of the world's most iconic animals, yet it stands on the brink of tragedy. Poaching and habitat loss have so reduced tiger numbers that extinction in the wild is now a real possibility. Only in a few protected areas are they secure; one such place is Pench National Park in central India, where for the past three years a TV film crew have followed the lives of a remarkable tigress and her four cubs.

This book provides a unique insight into their lives through diary extracts by cameraman Michael W. Richards. A series of twelve feature spreads by tiger expert Hashim Tyabji looks at the broader picture, at subjects such as tiger ecology and conservation, the impact of poaching and at what the future may hold for the world's increasingly beleaguered wild tigers. Published in association with the BBC, this book is illustrated by superb photography drawn from Tiger - Spy in the Jungle, a television programme made for the BBC by John Downer Productions and anticipated for transmission in spring 2008. The story of the Pench tigers offers hope that, with adequate protection, the Tiger can continue to prowl the forests of Asia in safety.

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Mike W. Richards is one of the world's most respected wildlife cameramen. His creativity and passion for the subject has won him many international awards. He lives in Bristol. John Downer Productions is world-renowned as an award-winning and innovative producer of wildlife films. John Downer pioneered the use of specialised techniques to capture close-up views of animal behaviour. He lives in Bristol. Hashim Tyabji is a top Indian naturalist and conservationist, with particular experience of tiger ecology and conservation in India and beyond. He lives in Kings Lynn, Norfolk,

Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: Michael W Richards and Hashim Tyabji
160 pages, 150 col photos, 3 col maps
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