The product of six years observation and photography, "A Tiger's Tale" records in fascinating detail the lives and behavior of a family of tigers as they hunt, play, breed and struggle to survive against their only real enemy-man. The authors have spent months each year in Ranthambhore Forest, Rajasthan, India daily studying the habits and personality of each tiger. This valuable information has enabled them to develop a deep understanding of how tigers behave in caring for their young and the changing relationship as the cubs grow to maturity and independence. Illustrated with over one hundred and twenty superb color photographs plus maps and illustrations, this book will delight anyone interested in this magnificent creature--The Tiger. Also Recommended: "Mara-Serengeti."
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