Indias Wildlife History: An Introduction

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At least seven species of grey langurs are found in India, out of which five are endemic. The Gee's golden langur , one of the world 's rarest monkeys , typifies the precarious survival of much of India's megafauna. Indian crested porcupine. Himalayan Marmot. South Asian river dolphin. Greater Flamingo.

India's Wildlife History: An Introduction

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Protected areas. Biosphere reserves Wildlife sanctuaries Conservation areas Private protected areas Reserved and protected forests. Conservation and community reserves. National Ministry of Environment and Forests. Related topics. Main article: Fauna of India.

Main article: Flora of India. Asian elephant. Indian wild ass. Yak Bos grunniens and Bos mutus. Sambar Deer. Nilgai Boselaphus tragocamelus.

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Chinkara Indian gazelle. Royal Bengal tiger. Snow leopard. Striped hyena Hyaena hyaena. Golden jackal. Asian black bear. Rhesus macaque. Lion-tailed macaque. Indian flying fox. Nicobar pigeon. Brahminy kite. Brown fish-owl. For a better shopping experience, please upgrade now. Javascript is not enabled in your browser. Enabling JavaScript in your browser will allow you to experience all the features of our site.

Learn how to enable JavaScript on your browser. See All Customer Reviews. Shop Books. Read an excerpt of this book! Add to Wishlist. USD 5. Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Explore Now. Buy As Gift. Overview The swift decline and present plight of India's wildlife make regular headlines. This book asks how we came to this point. It introduces us to the long history of India's wildlife, culminating in the present crisis. Drawing on memoirs, archives and official records, Mahesh Rangarajan brings new insights to bear upon age-old encounters between human beings and the natural world in India.

While highlighting major figures, such as Jim Corbett and M. Krishnan, he also puts the spotlight on less-known conservationists, landscapes and species. The focus of this book is on key landmarks in the history of Indian wildlife—both its conservation and decline.

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Coleoptera: Staphylindae 4. Part 2. Campos, R. Dung beetle assemblages Coleoptera, Scarabaeinae in Atlantic forest fragments in southern Brazil. Revista Brasileira de Entomologia 47— Chandra, K. World Journal of Zoology 7: — Chittenden, F. The violet rove-beetle Apocellus sphaericollis Say. USDA Bulletin 1— Choate, P. Introduction to the identification of beetles Coleoptera. Dichotomous keys to some families of Florida Coleoptera. Chung, A.

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