On Jim Corbett's Trail and Other Tales from Tree-tops

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Orient Blackswan, 2004 - Forest animals - 139 pages
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The Essays In This Book Convey The Beauty And Thrill Of Indian Forests And Their Wildlife To The Non-Specialist. Dr. Johnsingh Takes Us For Walks In The Jungle With Him, And We See Through His Trained Eyes What We Would Never Otherwise Look For. In Each Essay He Tracks A Different Animal And Tells Us Not Only Of His Experiences, But Also Of The Habits, Biology And Current Condition Of The Species He Is Discussing.
  

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very well edited book you have taken those who read this book to the stories of jim corbett`s kumaon of which like u iam a great fan. thank you

Contents

In the Beginning
1
Trailing Jim Corbett
2
The Whistling Hunter
33
The Tahr Hills
50
The Leap of the Goat Antelope
61
The Vanishing Tiger
73
Mammoths at Love and
83
Revisiting Corbett Country
97
The Flight of the Mahseer 10 Tracking the Lions of
121
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