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The Call of the Snake

This is an enjoyable book written for kids as well as adults by Rahul Alvares, young author and snake protector.


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Troubled Islands

Cut off from the mainland, the Andaman and Nicobar islands is also cut off from the thoughts of most Indians. Few people realise that this archipelago of islands, islets and rocks is among the world’s…

On a Trail With Ants – A Handbook of The Ants of Peninsular India

One of the most welcome, natural history titles to have been published last year was the extremely well put together and printed On a Trail With Ants – A Handbook of the Ants of Peninsular…

Water Perspectives, issues, concerns

With millions of people across the country virtually deprived of that most basic human right – clean water, this is one issue that is of concern to everyone.

Walks in the Wild

Palamau, Simlipal, Betla, Bandhavgarh, Dudhwa, Corbett, Ranthambhore, Bharatpur, Manas, Kaziranga, Madumalai, Nagarahole, Bandipur, Chilika… all magnificent wildlife destinations that every…

The Mammals of Arunachal Pradesh

The widely differing habitats – tropical wet evergreen forests, semi-evergreen forests, subtropical and temperate broadleaf and coniferous forests, patches of moist deciduous, riverine,…

Importance of Wildlife Conservation from Islamic Perspective

H.S.A. Yahya credits the inspiration to write this book to Dr. Sálim Ali, under whose guidance he completed his Ph.D.

The Green Warrior

Conservationist and film maker Dr. Robin Banerjee till he passed away on August 6, 2003.

The Vanishing Tiger

“Extremely fast and powerful, its very name has been derived from the classical Greek root for ‘arrow,” says Sinha in his book The Vanishing…

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