Soul of the tiger: searching for nature's answers in exotic Southeast Asia

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Doubleday, Apr 1, 1988 - History - 390 pages
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Anecdotes, facts, and observations on the role animals play in daily village life of Southeast Asia

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Soul of the tiger: searching for nature's answers in exotic Southeast Asia

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This book combines natural history, mythology, and folk culture in an examination of the role of animals in Southeast Asian life, with mixed results. The first part introduces Buddhist and Hindu ... Read full review

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SEARCHING FOR NATURAL ANSWERS
5
SEAS OF IMMORTALITY VOICES OF FIRE
14
FLAMES AND FARMERS
27
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Jeffrey A. McNeely is chief scientist at IUCN-The World Conservation Union in London, and editor of Expanding Partnerships in Conservation (Island Press, 1995).

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