Chasing the dragon's tail: the struggle to save Thailand's wild cats

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Doubleday, 1991 - Nature - 241 pages
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A zoologist and adventurer recounts tracking leopards and exotic wildlife in Thailand's forests, describing poachers, fire ant infestations, elephant stampedes, and more

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Rabinowitz is a field biologist and the author of Jaguar ( LJ 12/86), an account of his effort to set up a jaguar preserve in Belize. In 1987, he agreed to survey the wild cats in Thailand's Huai Kha ... Read full review

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Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary
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Dancing Woman Mountain 1 2
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Forest Cattle
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