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Trailing the Tiger

By: Atul Dhamankar(Author), Akshar Consultants(Translated by)
195 pages, colour photos
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Language: English

The tiger has been a part of Atul Dhamankar's lfe for the last 23 years. He has studied this magnificent predator in the Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra and some other tiger jungled of India. He spent sleepless nights on a machan and in ground hides at Tadoba, sat motionless for entire days, waited on a machan in extreme weather conditions, and walked many kilometres to just observe pugmarks or to get a glimpse of this secretive animal. Trailing the Tiger is based on his study of the tiger and includes the many unforgettable moments he has experienced with this magical animal. The tiger is an apex animal of India's ecosystem. By protecting it, we can protect ourselves and our future generations.

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By: Atul Dhamankar(Author), Akshar Consultants(Translated by)
195 pages, colour photos
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