ISBN 9788181894908,Endangered Mammals Of India

Endangered Mammals Of India

Author:

C Veerabahu

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Ibdc Publishers

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ISBN 9788181894908
Publisher

Ibdc Publishers

Publication Year 2010
ISBN-13

ISBN 9788181894908

ISBN-10 8181894901
Binding

Hard Back

Language (English)
Subject

Medicine: general issues

This book gives a well detailed and elaborated account of wild animals especially the endangered ones. Authentic details of taxonomic classification and vital statistics of each species are given accurately. The book seeks to create awareness about diminishing wild life in India and calls for an action to protect these endangered species.

About the Authors
Dr. C Veerabahu is an Associate Professor, Department of Zoology and Research Centre, V.O.C.College, Tuticorin. He has Attended several National and International seminars, conferences and published research papers in National & International journals. he has been a coordinator for conducting a UGC sponsored Refresher Course for college teachers in 2003. he has been the project principal Investigator funded by Indian Council for Agricultural Research, New Delhi from 2004- 2006. A Book "Vilangukalum Vinodha Kunangalum" in Tamil has also been Authored by Dr. C. Veerabahu.

Dr. D Radhika is working as reader in the Department of zoology and research center at V.O.C. College, Tuticorin She is a gold medalist in her PG degree in Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tiruneveli and has bagged university Sixth Rank in her UG degree in Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai. She is actively engaged in research and has published various papers in national and international journalsx of repute. She had conducted a UGC sponsored Refresher Course in 2003 and was the organizing Secretary in the national Seminar Sponsored by DOD, CSIR and TNSC & ST in 2004. She was the co-investigator in the ICAR project and at present she is heading a project sponsored by DST. She is also the co-author of the book entitled " Vilangukalum Vinodha Kunangalum". She has been sanctioned DST ( Young Women Scientist Fast Track Scheme, New Delhi) project in 2009.

Table of Contents
Wild life
Pygmy Hog
Wroughton's free-tailed Bat
Jenkin's Shrew
Asiatic Lion
Indian Rhinoceros
Red Panda
Tiger
Markhor
Golden leaf Monkey
Snow Leopard
Nilgiri Tahr
Kondana Soft- Furred rat
Servant Mouse
Particolored Flying Squirredl
Nicobar Shrew
Nicobar Tree Shrew
Capped Leaf Monkey
Hispid hare
Lion- Tailed Macaque
Malabar Civet
Marsh Mongoose
Nilgiri Leaf Monkey
Asiatic Black Bear
Indian Elephant
Wild Asian Water Buffalo
Asiatic Wild Ass
Nilgiri Marten
Nonsense Rat
Palm Rat
Takin
Himalayan Crestless Porcupine
Sloth Bear
Himalayan Musk Dear
Indian Giant Squirrel
Brown Bear
Slow Loris
Clouded Leopard
Blackbuck
Gaur
Himalayan Tahr
Wild Yak
Kahjuria's Leaf-nosed Bat
Kerala Rat
Jackal
Red Fox
Leopard
National Parks Of India
Wildlife Sanctuaries of India

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