A game-book for Burma & adjoining territories: the types, distribution and habits of large and small game, together with notes on game preservation, photography, tracking, still-hunting and the care and measurement of trophies
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GENERAL INFORMATION CHAPTER I The Distribution of Game in Burma
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areas average bamboo barking deer birds bison breeding buffalo Burmese camera carnivora CHAPTER Chindwin Chindwin Rivers clouded leopard colour common cows crops District Dry Zone evergreen forests favour feed feet 6 inches females follow Forest Division found throughout Burma frequently fresh tracks game license Game Sanctuary Genus goral grass ground habits heard heavy cover height herd hills hinds hog-deer horns hunted hunter inches in girth inches in length Indian Irrawaddy Javan rhinoceros jungle kill kwins less Lower Burma machan mahseer males Mergui Mergui District Mogok Myitkyina mythun obtained one's panther pheasants photographs pigeons rare record length reserved forests rifle rivers salt-licks sambur seen seldom Senses of Sight serow shootable shooting shot skin snipe solitary species sport sportsman stags still-hunting Sub-family Sumatran rhinoceros tail feathers Tenasserim thamin tiger trees Trophies.—The trophy tuskers tusks Upper Burma usually Victoria Point weather wild elephants wounded yards young bull