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Tigers in the Mangroves Research and Conservation of the Tiger in the Sundarbans of Bangladesh

By: M Monirul H Khan(Author)
189 pages, colour illustrations, colour maps
Tigers in the Mangroves
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  • Tigers in the Mangroves ISBN: 9789843335449 Paperback Dec 2011 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Tigers of the Sundarbans are the only tigers that live in mangroves, yet they have the highest probability of persistence in the long-term if we can ensure their scientific management. This magnificent creature is the icon of the natural heritage of Bangladesh where it has become the prestigious National Animal. Information on this unique tigers of unique habitat, however, is very limited. Tigers in the Mangroves is a comprehensive, scientific and eminently readable book that presents the basic information of tigers and the sundarbans as well as research finding on various aspects of tigers and their conservation. The author of Tigers in the Mangroves is a leading researcher of tigers and other wildlife of Bangladesh.

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By: M Monirul H Khan(Author)
189 pages, colour illustrations, colour maps
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