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The Sex Life of Tigers: Ranthambhore Tales

Valmik Thapar (Author)

This book is about the sexual world of the tiger and that very special encounter that results in a book like this. This is not a pretty picture book about them; it is a book about the most invisible aspect of a tiger’s life. Very few have encountered this intimate world of the tiger and Valmik Thapar has tried to do his best to record every detail of it. The only place in the world that you can record the sex life of tigers is the Ranthambore National Park, which has become the most frequented destination to see wild tigers. It has been the author’s privilege to witness some extraordinary interactions between mating couples; and in this book he has curated his research along with stunning photographs, bringing out a fine volume on the topic.

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About the author

Valmik Thapar

Valmik Thapar, one of the world’s leading tiger conservationists, earned a degree in social anthropology from Delhi University in 1972 and since then has dedicated his life to tiger research and preservation. Thapar has been associated with Ranthambhore National Park in Rajasthan, northern India, for nearly thirty years. He is the founder and director of the Ranthambhore Foundation, which he created in 1987, an organization devoted to maintaining the ecological balance necessary to protect the tiger and its habitats all over India. Thapar is the author of ten books on tigers, most recently Tiger: The Ultimate Guide (2004), The Cult of the Tiger (2002), Saving Wild Tigers (2001), Wild Tigers of Ranthambhore (2000), and The Land of the Tiger (1997), which accompanied a major BBC-TV series of the same name. Thapar has also written Bridge of God (2001), about the Masai Mara National Park in Kenya, and Battling for Survival (2003), an ecological history of the forests of South Asia. Thapar has appeared in and contributed to a number of documentaries. Since 1992 Thapar has been serving on several expert committees of the Indian government related to tigers and wildlife and is currently a member of the Central Empowered Committee, which was constituted by the Supreme Court of India to Monitor forests and wildlife. He lives in New Delhi.

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Title The Sex Life of Tigers: Ranthambhore Tales
Author Valmik Thapar
Format Hardcover
Date published: 06.12.2018
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher Rupa & Co.
Language: English
isbn 9788192158662
length 194p.