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Leopard Moon Rising

Distant Views of India


Laurence Rose travelled to India to hear first-hand accounts of indigenous people's special relationships with the wildlife around them. The Warli people living in the urban forests of Mumbai and the Maldhari pastoralists of Gujarat live harmoniously alongside some of the allegedly most dangerous animals in the world. In Mumbai, it is the leopard, living at the highest density of any urban big cat population. In Gujarat's Gir forest, it is the endangered Asiatic lion, which preys on the herdsmen's prized buffalo. Rose delves into the values and practicalities that govern life among India's big cats, discovering that even the tiger is revered as much as it is feared.

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Cordee Code: CPB196
No of Pages: 170
Page Size: 130 x 200 mm
ISBN 10: 1913625044
ISBN 13: 9781913625047
Publisher: Gritstone Publishing Co-Operative
Edition: Edn 2021
Binding: Paperback
Weight: 190g

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