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Across the world, cats are loved as pets or are kept or tolerated for their role in controlling some animal pests. But cats, both pets and feral, also kill many native animals and this toll can be enormous. Cats have been remarkably successful in Australia, spreading pervasively across the continent
Presents the most comprehensive and up-to-date information available on the 36 wild cats of the world. It includes the first published collection of detailed range maps and some of the first photographs of rare species in the wild. It provides a thorough review of major issues in cat conservation such
Examines how scientists and zoos around the world are managing wild and captive big cats like panthers, cheetahs, tigers, and lions by radio tracking, scat examination, zoo breeding programs, and habitat conservation.
The Tiger S Enduring Appeal Has Generated A Vast Body Of Literature. This Anthology, Compiled From Non-Fiction Sources By Tiger Scientist And Conservationist K. Ullas Karanth, Opens Up A Captivating World Of Rich Descriptions, Deeply Felt Personal Experiences And Serious Reflections By Hunters, Amateur Naturalists And Wildlife Scientists Who Encountered