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Wildlife field guides aren’t uncommon. What makes this one stand out then, is the high quality of photographs it flaunts. With both authors being veteran naturalists and photographers with 14 years of combined experience, you wouldn’t expect any less. The book doesn’t focus on a certain type of wildlife, say birds or mammals, as is the case usually. It instead attempts to be a comprehensive guide to the wildlife of a particular region: Central India, covering a total of 850 species, including 75 mammals, 433 birds, 156 butterflies, 84 dragonflies, 18 amphibians and 84 reptiles. The passion of the two authors, David Raju and Surya Ramachandran, who strayed from traditional career paths to explore the wild, shows in the taxonomic details they explore. A useful and, more importantly, aesthetic field guide for anyone who wants to go beyond the regular fare of tigers in the bewitching forests of Central India.
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