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Wild India The Wildlife and Landscapes of India

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By: Guy Mountfort, Hashim Tyabji and Gerald Cubitt
208 pages, 400 col photos
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  • Wild India ISBN: 9781853683152 Edition: 2 Hardback Nov 1998 Out of Print #70347
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With its extremes of climate and geography, India supports an extraordinarily diverse range of wildlife and offers some of the most glorious scenery in the world. A truly magnificent survey of these natural riches, Wild India is an evocative record for those lucky enough to have seen it for themselves; for those who have not, it provides an alluring glimpse of what awaits them.

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Art / Photobook
By: Guy Mountfort, Hashim Tyabji and Gerald Cubitt
208 pages, 400 col photos
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