Tigers are a symbol of beauty and majesty. They carry the demeanor of a royal king walking with their head held high and thirst in eyes maneuvering through the forest with grace. Since time immemorial, this majestic species and National animal of India has attracted people from across the world. 'Trailing the Tiger' by Atul Dhamankar is an extensive informative book on wildlife wherein he has captured every essence of this beautiful species in a prolifically. The book throws light on the danger of extinction that these species face in our country due to continuous human encroachment. He is a, researcher and photographer and fulltime freelance wildlife writer who is famed for penning books on wildlife.
India is known for its extensive natural beauty filled with an immense variety of flora and fauna. The Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve in Maharashtra is one of the largest Tiger reserves in the state which is located in the outskirts of Chandrapur. The author shares about his experience studying the mysterious and shy felines, sharing with readers the unforgettable moments he experienced with this magical animal. In this book, he shares about his journey of 23 years spent in studying this magnificent predator in the Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve and other jungles of India. He also highlights the reasons and ways to prevent these marvelous predators from disappearing the face of the earth.
This book covers an in-depth detail about the national animal of our country. The author begins the book giving a brief insight into the origin of Tigers and goes on to touch the different facets of his encounter with the species. Through the book, he also tries to instate in the minds of readers the importance of Tigers in our ecosystem and the very need to safeguard it from extinction. This book can be called a definitive guide to gain knowledge about Tigers, the royal predators of the ecosystem and the abounding connection man share with nature.
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